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Number of sights 8 sights
Distance 6.3 km
Ascend 87 m
Descend 113 m

Your chosen free self-guided walking sightseeing tour is located in Columbus, United States. The map shows the route of the tour. Below is a list of attractions including their details.

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Sight 1: Kelton House Museum

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The Kelton House Museum and Garden is a Greek Revival and Italianate mansion in the Discovery District of downtown Columbus, Ohio. The museum was established by the Junior League of Columbus to promote an understanding of daily life, customs, and decorative arts in 19th-century Columbus and to educate visitors about the Underground Railroad.

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arrow down foot steps 1805 meters / 22 minutes

Sight 2: Capitol Theatre - Riffe Center

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The Columbus Association for the Performing Arts (CAPA) is non-profit arts and theater management organization based in Columbus, Ohio.

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arrow down foot steps 581 meters / 7 minutes

Sight 3: Southern Theatre

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The Great Southern Hotel & Theatre is an historic hotel and theater building in Downtown Columbus, Ohio. The building currently operates as the Westin Great Southern Columbus and the Southern Theatre.

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arrow down foot steps 498 meters / 6 minutes

Sight 4: Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church is a historic Lutheran church at 404 S. Third Street in Columbus, Ohio.

Wikipedia: Trinity German Evangelical Lutheran Church (EN)

arrow down foot steps 1019 meters / 12 minutes

Sight 5: Miranova Place

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Downtown Columbus is the central business district of Columbus, Ohio. Downtown is centered on the intersection of Broad and High Streets, and encompasses all of the area inside the Inner Belt. Downtown is home to most of the tallest buildings in Columbus.

Wikipedia: Downtown Columbus, Ohio (EN)

arrow down foot steps 1023 meters / 12 minutes

Sight 6: COSI

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COSI, officially the Center of Science and Industry, is a science museum and research center in Columbus, Ohio. COSI was opened to the public on 29 March 1964 and remained there for 35 years. In 1999, COSI was moved to a 320,000-square-foot (30,000 m2) facility, designed by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki along a bend in the Scioto River in the Franklinton neighborhood. COSI features more than 300 interactive exhibits throughout themed exhibition areas.

Wikipedia: COSI Columbus (EN)

arrow down foot steps 1068 meters / 13 minutes

Sight 7: West Side Spiritualist Church

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The West Side Spiritualist Church was a historic church building in Franklinton, Columbus, Ohio. The Spiritualist church was built in 1912 for the congregation of Harry Boerstler, who moved to the neighborhood in 1900 to bring hope to its working-class people. The congregation lasted until about 1948, and the building later housed the Boerstler Memorial Spiritualist Temple and the Greater Christ Temple Apostolic Church. After years of vacancy, the church building was approved to be demolished for affordable housing, to accompany an upscale mixed-use development nearby, despite opposition from preservationists.

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arrow down foot steps 280 meters / 3 minutes

Sight 8: Historic Franklinton Post Office

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The Franklinton Post Office is a historic building in the Franklinton neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. Also known as the David Deardurff House, it was built of hand-hewed logs by Deardurff in 1807. The two-story house sits on a limestone foundation. It is the oldest building in Columbus still on its original foundation. The building is on Gift Street, an area owned by Franklinton founder Lucas Sullivant, given to early settlers. The first post office in Franklinton was established here.

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