Downtown Columbus Ohio is home to a wide variety of attractions including the Broadway Theater District, Ohio Statehouse, and Capitol Square. Downtown offers an eclectic mix of galleries, specialty stores, theaters, and restaurants.
Theater District – The theater district contains such venues as Palace Theatre (built-in 1926), Southern Theatre (the second oldest operating theatre in the United States), and Riffe Center for Arts & Culture which features three performance spaces: Main Stage Auditorium, Studio A&B and Dance Place Studios with more than 100 performances annually.
Ohio Statehouse – Home to both chambers of the Ohio Legislature along with office space for many state agencies and departments; this building also houses some primary executive branch offices including those belonging to Governor John Kasich.
Capitol Square – The Ohio Statehouse is the centerpiece of Capitol Square, located in downtown Columbus. Located on Broad Street between High and Third Streets, this area includes a number of other buildings housing federal, state and county government offices.
Theater District & Riffe Center for Arts & Culture are both listed as locations with wheelchair accessibility due to their ramps or elevator service available for mobility-impaired individuals. Ohio Statehouse may have handicapped parking spaces depending on day/time but no known ADA accommodations at this time.