Rainy Day Activities in Columbus

With summer comes those dreary rainy days that seem to drag on, leaving you stuck inside twiddling your thumbs. Instead of binge-watching your favorite Netflix show hours on end, go try something new! You would be surprised by the array of rainy day activities in Columbus. Stay tuned for our favorite ways to tackle a gloomy day head on.

Columbus Museum of Art

Located Downtown, the Columbus Museum of Art is a perfect place to get lost. Spend a couple hours exploring the different exhibits, encouraging your curiosity on art and cultures. If you consider yourself creative and find yourself hitting a block, what better way to get inspiration? Whether you’re visiting for inspo or pleasure, be sure to share your experience using #myCMA on your insta post to share with others!

German Village Book Loft

German Village is full of stunning homes, unique building, and beautiful bricks full of history. Tucked away in the streets is the German Village Book Loft, featuring 32 rooms packed with every book you could imagine. Lose yourself into a world of books and coffee in this quaint, yet cozy idea. Stay as late as you want, as they are open 10AM-11PM seven days a week!


Who says Cosi is only for kids? Grab your friends or fam and hit up some fun science experiments and exhibits. Explore adult conventions Cosi offers, such as lectures, panel discussions, evening films, and other interesting programs! Stick around for Cosi After Dark (21+) featuring a cash bar, small bites, and special themed activities.

Happy Hour

When in doubt, the team at Arch City Tavern is always here to serve the best Happy Hour in The Short North, rain or shine. Try one of our seasonal cocktails or half off local beer on tap while chowing down on half off apps. Grab yourself or your friends and stop on by for some cold beer, tasty food, and good company.


Join us for Happy Hour Monday-Friday / 3-6PM. Enjoy half-off drafts with half-off select appetizers, sliders and stone baked pizza!

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