Columbus Limo Services & Rentals
Limo in Columbus: Luxury Limousine Service for Any Occasion
Luxury limousine service or party bus in Columbus (OH) for every occasion, such as: airport ride
(CMH or another), birthday party, wedding, prom, excursion; night-on-the-town, corporate or group outing, concert,
sporting event, anniversary, bachelor party, bachelorette party, to and from cruise port, funeral, graduation,
holiday light tour, school dance and wine/private tour.
The following type of limo is usually available, depending upon location: luxury sedan & SUV,
stretch limo & SUV, van, mini-bus, motorcoach, antique, classic and trolley/carriage.
The Ohio capital city continues to climb recent lists and best of’s for categories such as best
places to live, cleanest cities, etc. And although it can hardly compete with the cultural meccas of the east, New
York and Chicago, it fittingly finds its way somewhere in the middle.
Columbus is one of the few major cities of the Midwest to consistently grow in population
throughout the past few years. It has seen new developments; downtown attractions and cultural amenities springing
up in every sector of town. The enormous Ohio State University sparks some of this. With an ever-fluctuating stream
of forward thinking students, the school does its best to keep up with the times. The recent reconstruction of the
Wexner Center for the Arts is astounding proof. Besides the Wexner Center, Nationwide Arena and its subsequent
district have livened up the region west of downtown.
Urban areas still remain veritably bland, its tall buildings reserved strictly for commerce and
business lunches. But just about any direction out of the sleepy region offers some nightlife. Check out the
Brewery District, the Short North and North High Street for a youthful buzz.
Ohio's largest city, state capital and home to the massive Ohio State University, Columbus is a
likeable place to visit. Its position in the rural heart of the state also makes it the only center of culture for
a good three-hour drive in any direction.
Ohio became a state in 1803, and after trying Zanesville and Chillicothe, legislators designated
this former patch of rolling farmland on the high east bank of the Scioto River its capital in 1812. The fledgling
city was built from scratch, and its considered town planning is evident today in broad thoroughfares and green
spaces. Statuary forms another part of the cityscape, with monuments seemingly erected on any spare scrap of land,
many of them of its namesake, Christopher Columbus; there's even a replica of his ship, the Santa Maria, docked
downtown on the Scioto River. For the 1992 quincentennial of the explorer's discovery of North America, some city
officials erroneously felt that a full-scale celebration would put their city (which has lagged behind Cincinnati
and Cleveland in terms of public recognition) on the map. It bombed, with Native American and other ethnic groups
branding the festivities as exploitation.
After that failure to capture national recognition, city boosters have pinned their hopes on sport.
The Columbus Crew of professional soccer (who play in the nation's first stadium built specifically for pro soccer)
have a huge following. So do the Ohio State Buckeyes college football team, and the year 2000 brought in Ohio's
first NHL hockey team, the Columbus Blue Jackets.
However, until Columbus does manage to make it big, it's best enjoyed for what it is – a lively
college city with a smattering of good museums, some gorgeous Germanic architecture, and a particularly vibrant
nightlife, including Ohio's most active gay scene. The spacious, orderly and easygoing downtown area holds several
attractions and the giant Columbus City Center mall. The main entertainment districts – the bohemian Short North
and the more mainstream Brewery District – are on the north and south fringes, respectively. Rent a limo in