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Many of the County Links on the left will keep you specifically in or near Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio. We add new listings and links on a regular basis so bookmark this page so check back often.

The county was established on April 30, 1803, less than two months after Ohio became a state, and was named after Benjamin Franklin. In addition to being the county seat Columbus is also the state capital.

There are many great places to see in Columbus Ohio such as communities, historical places, landmarks, and much more. Columbus is one of the fastest growing cities in the area, and provides tourists with many different places to visit. With only a little bit of suburban land in this city, there are plenty of attractions in the city where visitors can spend their time. Columbus is full of colleges, historical landmarks, museums, and much more.

The Columbus Museum of Art is a fantastic art museum located in downtown Columbus. It has been a significant part of Columbus Culture since the early 1930s, and has been bringing in tourists from all over the world.

One of the most popular places to visit in Columbus Ohio is the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, which is located just north of the main city. It is a non-profit zoo that is home to over 6,000 animals, and also includes an 18-hole golf course.

The Ohio State Fair is one of the best family-oriented places to visit in Columbus Ohio during August, especially for those who love to eat. The fair takes place during 12 days in August, which is a huge increase from the three days that the fair was celebrated back in the mid-1800s.

The largest college campus in the United States is located in Columbus, along with many other smaller campuses that are both public and private. Ohio State University has almost 52,000 students enrolled, which are spread throughout several different campuses throughout Ohio.

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In 1995 the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame museum opened in Cleveland, commemorating Ohio's contributory past to the art, including being the location of the first live rock 'n roll concert in 1952.

A day in Ohio Amish Country is like stepping back in time - share the roads with horses and buggies and shop for Amish-made goods. You'll find them in Holmes County, Ohio. For outdoor adventure Hocking Hills in Hocking County is the Canopy Tour Capital of the Midwest. More than 50 ziplines provide a bird's eye view of breathtaking landscape as you fly from tree top to tree top. Take a traditional canopy tour along 5 to 11 ziplines through the tree canopy over caves and waterfalls. We also make our entire database available to you on your cell, so if you are on the road use VISNETMP.COM.

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