Brewery District Art Walk

Brewery District 

About This Art WalkKing Gambrinus

The Brewery District Art Walk will lead you through the heart of the city’s storied industrial past.  You will walk past the strong, attractive brewery buildings that have stood on Front Street for over 100 years, the legendary King Gambrinus statue, and other public art from sculptures to murals.  If you would rather see more natural attractions, take the extension route on Whittier Street, which leads to bird sanctuaries, scenic river overlooks, walking and biking trails, and a state-of-the-art nature center that blends seamlessly with its surroundings.

 

download 2 Brewery District Art Walk Map: Download and Print.
audio 2 Brewery District Audio Tour for your iPod or MP3 player: Download 


Take the Brewery District Art Walk                                                      BD map

Instructions to download audio tour: Click on the link to download the audio files. When prompted, select a location to save the files to on your computer (we recommend your music library). Once the download is complete, double click on the file to access the audio files using your preferred program (iTunes, Windows Media Player, etc.). The files correspond to the number of each site on this Art Walk map.

Unable to print? Brewery District Art Walk maps are available in the following locations during regular business hours:

Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District
23 N Fourth St, Columbus, OH 43215

Columbus Public Health
240 Parsons Ave, Columbus, OH 43215

 

COSI
333 W Broad St, Columbus, OH 43215

Experience Columbus Visitors Centers
Arena District Location - 277 W Nationwide Bvd, Suite 125, Columbus, OH 43215
Easton Location - 188 Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH 43219

Greater Columbus Arts Council
100 E. Broad St., Suite 2250,Columbus, OH 43215

Planning Your Walk

Public Transit
The Brewery District is easily accessible via several COTA routes including the 16, 46, 55 and the free Cbus Circulator which serves downtown and the surrounding neighborhoods.
Full COTA System Map

 

Public Parking
Public Parking is available in the following locations in and around the Brewery District:

  • On-street parking
  • In the Columbus Commons Parking Garage accessible from E Rich Street and E Main Street. View Map
  • Pay lot operated by Central Parking at 555 South Front.  View Map

Your Walk
The Brewery District Art Walk is only a mile or so away from the  German Village, Capitol SquareRiver South, and Franklinton Art Walks. Plan your own unique Art Walk experience around your daily destinations by visiting the Art Walks feature of the  MyColumbus Mobile Smartphone Application for Android or iPhone.