Columbus, Indiana is known for being an historic town with a lot of character and great architecture. This mid-sized town of 40,000 people is 40 miles south of Indianapolis and is heralded as a very safe place to live, work and play. Many magazines have named this town a great historical town, a family-friendly town and a “reason to love your country.” In short, this is an awesome suburban area full of things to do and great people.
This is a great town to walk around and “get lost.” You will not be disappointed as you stroll. You will find many interesting things to look at. There are quite a few registered historical landmarks (such as The Republic Newspaper Building and The North Christian Church) and a lot of great architecture designed by the likes of Eero Saarinen and I.M. Pei.
Known for being a family-friendly and fun place for kids, this is one of Indiana's better-kept secrets and was even voted by Nick Jr. as one of America's “Most playful towns.” This is a great place to visit with kids or to raise a family.