Travel through time with a tour of Columbus’ significant houses and neighborhoods in historic Columbus. Our tours consists of over 150 years of Columbus history. You will learn about the homes, neighborhoods and the people who lived there.
WALKER-PETERS-LANGDON HOUSE, c. 1828
Tour the oldest house in Columbus. The home also features a period kitchen garden, urban slave cabin, and Columbus history exhibit. Take a short virtual tour here.
THE RANKIN HOUSE,
1440 SECOND AVENUE
Visit the jewel of historic High Uptown and headquarters of Historic Columbus. More information here.
COLUMBUS' BLACK HERITAGE TRAIL
Driving tour of the Black Heritage Trail featuring the Liberty Heritage Historic District, Ma Rainey House, Liberty Theatre, St. James AME, Royal Cafe, Horace King Bridge, Claflin School, William Spencer House, Spencer High School, Mildred Terry Library, Porterdale Cemetery, and more. Tour on your own here.
Located at 7th Street between Front Avenue and Broadway in the Original City Historic District. Experience the industrial history of Columbus through outdoor sculpture. Tours are generally self-guided through the venues, however special tours may be arranged through Historic Columbus. Watch a video of the history of what is inside the park here.
SOFT DRINK HERITAGE TRAIL
Learn about Columbus' connection to Coca-Cola, RC Cola, Nehi, and their founders through this Uptown walking tour. More information on Columbus' Soft Drink Heritage here.