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The total driving distance from Cincinnati, OH to Columbus, OH is 102 miles or 164 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Cincinnati, Ohio. It ends in Columbus, Ohio.
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Coffee lovers going to the Midwest will find the best coffee scene in Columbus. Join the Columbus Coffee Trail where you pick up a card at any of the coffee shops listed, buy a drink and get your card stamped at four or more shops.
Redeem your card and get a free Columbus Coffee T-shirt at Experience Columbus’ Arena District Visitor Center. Check out cbuscoffee.com for more details.
Columbus is kid-friendly. Families traveling with kids will find many attractions suitable for kids of all ages. Some of the attractions include Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, Ohio History Center, Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and COSI Center of Science and Industry.
Columbus is for ice cream lovers too. One must go place is Graeter’s Ice Cream opened since 1870. Try the black raspberry chocolate chip ice cream, their all time best selling flavor.
Another ice cream venue is Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams made with superlative ingredients.
Columbus is also home of The Ohio State University (OSU) and the Buckeyes. OSU is a research university started in 1870 the same year as Graeter’s Ice Cream.
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