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  • Area Attractions in Dublin, Ohio

    There is always something fun and exciting to do in Dublin, Ohio. Come visit us and see world-class attractions like the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Zoombezi Bay Water Park or golf at one of many of Dublin’s many great courses.

    Use the category links below to set your itinerary for your visit to Dublin. For recommendations and more information, please call the Dublin Chamber of Commerce at 614-889-2001.

    Some of the area's most popular attractions!

    The Chiller
    7001 Dublin Park Dr., Dublin
    614-764-1000, www.thechiller.com

    The Chiller features two NHL-sized rinks, The Hockey Stop Store, the Ice Box concessions stand, and a multipurpose room. Public skating is offered seven days a week. Public activities include hockey leagues, skating classes, birthday parties and private group events.

    Columbus Zooand Aquarium & Zoombezi Bay
    9990 Riverside Dr., Powell

    Enjoy exotic animals, lush gardens and entertaining educational programs offered at this renowned local zoo. The zoo now includes the22.7 acre water park Zoombezi Bay, which features 15 water slides, a wave pool and a lazy river.

    Fletcher Coffman Homestead &
    Heritage Garden
    6659 Emerald Pkwy., Dublin

    Built in 1862, the Fletcher Coffman Homestead is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been restored toits original state. The Heritage Gardens bloom with heirloom and antique interpretive plantings of the late 1800s.

    Historic Dublin
    Located at Bridge and High

    Streets, this quaint shopping area is bustling with specialty shops, coffee houses, restaurants, and pubs housed in buildings listed on the National Historic Register.

    The Mall atTuttle Crossing
    5043 Tuttle Crossing Blvd.

    Find what you need at this mall, which features more than 135 specialty shops and restaurants, a children’s play area, and an appetizing food court. Stores featured include Orc's Forge Games, Macy's and Menchie's Frozen Yogurt.

    Ohio Wildlife Center
    6131 Cook Road, Powell

    This establishment is home to injured and orphaned wildlife animals who have been nursed back to health at the Ohio Wildlife Center’s emergency care center. This center hosts group tours, birthday parties and summer camps.

    The Morgan House
    & Restaurant
    5300 Glick Road, Powell
    614-889-5703, www.morganhse.com

    The Morgan House offers a unique shopping experience featuring clothing, jewelry, furniture, gifts, collectibles, home décor and gourmet foods. The Morgan House Restaurant is open seven days a week and is available for private events.

    6314 Cosgray Road, Dublin
    614-791-3003, www.sportsohio.org

    This 110-acre sports complex is home to Soccer First with five indoor and 10outdoor fields; Field Sports, a multisport building with indoor fields; PowerPlay, a family fun center with go-karts, miniature golf, batting cages and sand volleyball; and The Golf Center, a world class driving range.

    Ballentrae Splash Park
    The Ballantrae Community Park, 6350 Woerner Temple Road, offers a splash pad just behind the statue of the dancing hares. This free attraction is perfect for family gatherings, an evening picnic or a day out with the kids. Be sure to bring your bathing suit if you plan on going near the water! The spray fountains run from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. in season, late May through mid-September.

    Bridge Street District
    The Bridge Street District is an entertainment, dining, retail and office destination with riverfront parks and appealing housing choices. Spanning 30 acres along the Scioto River, Bridge Park builds upon Dublin’s rich history of iconic developments and will usher in a new era as a social, commercial and experiential destination.

    Dublin Arts Council
    Art in Public Places

    The Dublin Arts Council Art in Public Places program features more than 70 sculptural elements throughout Dublin. The collection includes both large and small visual artworks and is currently valued at $3.2 million. Some of the most famous pieces include Dublin’s Field of Corn, Chief Leatherlips’ Monument in Scioto Park, the Out of Bounds modular forms at Avery Park, and the Watch House near the Dublin Recreation Center. Learn about the mobile tour at DublinArts.org.

    Phoenix Bats
    Interested in finding out how a baseball bat is made from start to finish? During a one-hour tour at Phoenix Bats, 7801 Corporate Blvd. in Plain City, you'll learn about how the business got started and the process in creating a great bat. The tour fee of $10 per person includes a pre-engraved mini bat to commemorate your visit.


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