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Meet the Vendors: North Market Bridge Park

Thursday, January 7, 2021 1:00 PM by Meg Berno

The second location of a Columbus-area icon has made its debut in Dublin. North Market Bridge Park is open for business and serving up the same noteworthy experience with a Dublin twist. Now open Thursday-Sunday for a limited preview, you can be among the first to frequent our newest attraction. 

New additions mean new ways to explore the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. The Zoo is bringing guests closer to animals than ever before with these exhibits.

Now is a great time to visit the Zoo with seasonal events like Boo at the Zoo (happening now) and Wildlights coming up in November!

Don’t forget to…

5 Paths to Outdoor Bliss in Dublin

Sunday, May 17, 2020 2:00 PM by Visit Dublin Staff

If you’re like us, you know that time with family and friends is precious. Sometimes, the best memories are made outdoors. That’s why, here in Dublin, our parks and open spaces percolate with warm community spirit. You’ll find us downright neighborly. Dublin welcomes you to enjoy a gentle getaway where you’ll have room to roam, creature comforts close by, and fresh air for miles. Curious?…

Ready or not, summer is just around the corner! Two things are certain: soon enough the weather will be warm and the kids will be home from school. If you haven’t already made plans, don’t worry—you still have time to plan a fun and easy family getaway right here in Dublin.

Our city was founded upon…

Dublin is sprinkled with outdoor views that are sure to leave you awe-struck. We put together the 10 most beautiful things to see on your next trip to Dublin, Ohio!…

5 Reasons to Visit Dublin if You Live in Ohio

Wednesday, May 1, 2019 9:00 AM by Meg Berno

If you’re from Ohio and you haven’t heard of Dublin, you’ve been missing out on your new favorite stay-cation. Just outside of Columbus, Dublin offers a family-friendly and affordable getaway for Ohio residents…

Did you know Dublin was once frequented by several Native American tribes? Back in the 1800s, Dublin was known for rich land, natural spring water and access to the Scioto River, a natural transportation route for their civilizations.

Read on to learn more about some notable sites honoring our…

The games you love come to life at the Ohio History Center’s brand-new exhibit: Ohio – Champion of Sports. Featuring more than 70 stories and 25 sports from football to roller derby, this exhibit presents visitors with a comprehensive view of the impact Ohioans had, and continue to have on the pastimes played around the world.