Columbus Indiana architecture has literally made the city famous. Despite being a relatively small city with a population of just over 45,000, Columbus offers visitors the chance to check out its architecture and public art.
The Columbus Indiana architecture tours are so popular, visitors are asked to make their reservations up to three weeks in advance. In just under two hours, visitors will get to tour the major sites in the city, commencing at the Columbus Area Visitors Center. Visitors get to park their cars and travel by bus around the city. Groups of adults and/or children are welcomed on the trip, except for very young children who often tend to get irritable when traveling.
Students travel to Columbus Indiana to study architecture in depth, learn from the people around about the history of the city in pursuit of inspiration for their next school project.
With an experienced tour guide, visitors get to navigate the city while being educated about its architecture, and have the opportunity to take photographs as they go along.
Visitors can take a piece of Columbus home in the form of souvenirs such as mugs, postcards, t-shirts, key rings and so much more.
Have you ever been to Columbus? What did you enjoy most about your trip?