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6 Best Outings to Keep Toddlers Busy in Columbus, Ohio

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When your baby becomes a toddler life becomes busy! Toddlers are full of energy and lots of fun! It’s also a lot of work keeping them entertained! Luckily for us, there are a ton of fun and affordable ways to entertain a toddler in Columbus!

6 Fun Things to do with Toddlers in Columbus, Ohio:

1. Play Cafes for Toddlers in Columbus

Play Cafes are all the rage with the 5 and under crowd! Seriously, though, they’re a safe place to play and moms and dads can grab a coffee or a snack while their kids play. Firefly Play Cafe has been a favorite of ours for the wide variety of things to do for kids and a good seating area for adults.

outings for toddlers in columbus, boy playing at Hoot Studio

Friends rave about Tree of Life Play Cafe and they have during toddler time with Get Air right next door! You may also want to check out HOOT Studio for the simple fact that for a slight upcharge, they will watch your kid for you while you get work done or have a coffee date in the adjoining cafe! Awesome!

If you’re looking for the best deal in town, I highly recommend a COSI membership! Yes, even for a toddler! The little kidspace inside COSI contains water play, an art studio, and a huge area for kids to engage in imaginative play: including a large play house, vegetable stand, doctor’s office, fire truck and so much more!

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Looking for a free option? Don’t worry, there are tons of places for your toddlers to play inside for free in Columbus! From mall play areas to rec centers, check out Over 20 Free Indoor Play Areas in Columbus for more ideas!

Some of the indoor play areas for older kids (think Magic Mountain, Fun in the Jungle, etc.) also have smaller, separate areas for toddlers to play! You can see more ideas in 6 Free or Cheap Indoor Places for Kids to Run Wild in Columbus.

2. Story Times for Toddlers in Columbus

Story times are great things to do with toddlers in Columbus! Libraries were the first place I started taking my son when he was just a baby. We were big fans of the baby lap time at Grandview Library and the play area there is perfect for toddlers!

Baby lap times happen at almost of all of the libraries in town and can be a great way to get out of the house with a little one!

outings for toddlers in Columbus, ohio, two boys at Ohio Wildlife Center

Beyond libraries, many local bookstores have regular story times, and story times are even popping up at Columbus restaurants like Duck Donuts and Chick-fil-A on Sawmill!

The Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks is another great resource for story times for toddlers! We love the story time at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center (at the Scioto Audubon Metro Park) because afterwards you can play in their free indoor play area or go outside to play in the sandbox!

3. Music and Sensory Times for Toddlers in Columbus

Toddlers love music! There are several ways to introduce your toddler to music in Columbus! We Joy Sing does drop in classes at Coffee Connections of Hilliard, taking advantage of their great indoor play area for kids! Coffee Connections is definitely one of the most kid-friendly coffee shops in Columbus!

Miss Marlene Dance and Sing is a special song and dance time for toddlers that takes place at Abbey Theatre in Dublin! There’s usually a special visitor! When we were there, we were joined by Clifford the Big Red Dog!

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The PBJ & Jazz concerts are kid-friendly ways to introduce your kids to music and toddlers are free to get up and dance around! During the winter, the concerts take place in the Lincoln Theater Complex and include a PB&J sandwich, juice and a cookie for $5/person. During the summer, the concerts are free and they happen in Topiary Park outside the Main Library and include a craft and story time!

4. Open Gyms for Toddlers in Columbus

What do toddlers really want? They want to run around in circles forever, really. Sometimes that’s all a kid needs! And if it turns into an extra long nap afterwards, than that’s a bonus!

A great way for toddlers in Columbus to get out all of that excess energy is at open gyms! 

What is an open gym? It’s exactly as it sounds. The gym is open and toddlers can run around and play until they fall over! Check out the Westerville Rec Center for their Pee Wee Play Gym, Dublin Community Recreation Center for their Preschool Open Gym and Prairie Township Rec Center and your local Columbus Recreation Center for specific open gym times!

We’ve attended a few of these and they usually include balls, ride on toys and other free play activities for toddlers!

5. Animal Adventures for Toddlers in Columbus

Animals seem to be another love that toddlers all have in common! We’ve found some really great ways to get up close to animals without having to bring one home and take it out to pee in the middle of the night! 😉

One place we’ve gone again and again is Aquarium Adventure! We loved the Sawmill location and recently visited the new location in Hilliard and it’s just as great! There is always something new to see and there is also a small pond area where kids can reach in and touch!

outings for toddlers at Aquarium Adventure

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium offers a really fun activity for toddlers called Little Explorers Base Camp. This takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the school year and features sensory activities set up at different stations. Kids can learn all about animals through hands on activities! My kids have LOVED this, even up to age 7!

two kids at little explorers base camp, columbus, zoo

Ohio Wildlife Center and Stratford Ecological Center are two great destinations for toddlers! Both locations offer regular story times and the option to explore the grounds, visiting the animals on site!  

Don’t discount a trip to the local pet store for a fun outing as well! My kids still love visiting the nearest pet store to view fish, gerbils, snakes, birds and to pet the cats and see dogs getting groomed!

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6. Parks and Playgrounds for Toddlers in Columbus, Ohio

Last but certainly not least, how could we forget parks and playgrounds? From the time they can walk, toddlers need large areas to run and explore and nothing beats a great park for getting out all of that excess energy! 

However, as a parent, you soon find that not all parks are equal. Just because a toddler can walk does not mean they navigate most play structures!

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Our favorite park when my kids were toddlers was one in our former neighborhood. It definitely helped that we lived two blocks from Funk-ee Town in Harrison West Park, but it is an exceptionally great area for little kids! 

I put together this list of 6 Columbus Area Parks for Toddlers to share parks that have particularly toddler-friendly play areas! No more heart attacks for mama when you find your 1 year old suddenly standing over a 10 foot drop of or about to go down an incredibly high twisty slide! 


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10 of Our Favorite Columbus Christmas Traditions

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These are 10 Holiday and Christmas events we make sure not to miss every year! If you’re looking to start some family-friendly Christmas traditions around Columbus, start here!

Every year I feel slightly overwhelmed by all of the Holiday events I really don’t want to miss. A few years ago, I sat down and wrote them out on a calendar. And THAT is pretty much where the idea for this blog began! 😉  Now we’ve come full circle and, though there are probably hundreds of holiday events going on around town, today I am sharing 10 things my family loves doing at Christmastime in Columbus!

Here are 10 of our favorite family-friendly Christmas Events in Columbus!

1. Village Lights

Village Lights, German Village, Columbus, Ohio

Hands down, this is my favorite Columbus tradition of the entire year. Wow, did I really just say that? I did. I look forward to this probably more than anything else. I honestly don’t know how much my kids like it, but there are teddy bears and free cookies and hot chocolate, so I haven’t heard any complaints!

The streets of German Village are lit with luminaries and restaurants, shops, and even a few private homes along the route are open late with special deals, free goodies and live music! Designated parking areas and shuttles are available.

When: December 2, 2018, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: throughout German Village

2. Wildlights

You have to see Wildlights! The light shows are spectacular and the zoo becomes an (even more) magical place for about 6 weeks leading up to New Year’s Day! The first time we ever attempted to go to Wildlights, there was so much traffic that by the time we got there it was too late for my 1 yr old and we just drove right on by the entrance and back on home!

Weekends are very busy, so if you can, I suggest trying a week day evening and arriving before 5:00 PM! If you’re a member, you can also avoid the crowds by catching the Member Preview on November 16th.

When: November 16 , 2018 – January 6, 2019 (Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day) (Wildlights begins at 5:00 PM)
Where: 4850 Powell Rd, Powell, OH 43065

3. Conservatory Aglow (Formerly Merry and Bright)

Franklin Park Conservatory holiday decorations and lights

Conservatory Aglow offers special holiday decorations, performances and evening hours at Franklin Park Conservatory. Throughout the season live music and special events are scheduled and the Conservatory is decorated beautifully (that goes without saying)!

There are lights throughout inside and outside and it’s breathtaking! From December 1-31 (except for the 24th and 25th) they are open until 9:00 PM. There will be special family-friendly activities happening all through the season! (A membership to Franklin Park Conservatory is one of my 5 Best Gift Memberships for Columbus Kids!)

When: November 17, 2018 – January 2, 2019: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, December: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Where: 1777 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43203

Rotating railroad at Franklin Park Conservatory

4. Bicentennial Park

Christmas lights on the Scioto Mile

Throughout the holiday season, the Scioto Mile is awash in light – Christmas lights, that is! What was previously The Grand Illumination will be replaced by WinterFest this year! Taking place on Saturday, December 1, 2018, it will include live performances and food trucks, as well as the opportunity to participate in the Empty Bowls initiative. The park will be full of lights beginning November 21st!

When: November 21, 2018 through Early January 2019
Where: 233 S. Civic Center Dr., Columbus, OH 43215

Christmas lights at Bicentennial Park on the Scioto Mile

5. Columbus Commons and the Lazarus Windows

Christmas Lights at Columbus Commons

When you’re at Bicentennial Park, make plans to walk a few blocks to Columbus Commons where the park will be filled with holiday displays and lights! Just across the street (at the corner of High and Town) in the old Lazarus building, the windows will be filled with scenes from the 12 Days of Christmas!

When: Late November through early January from dusk until to 11:00 PM
Where: 160 S. High St., Columbus, OH 43215

6. Huntington Holiday Train

Holiday Train at Main Library, Columbus Ohio

Main Library is home to the Huntington Holiday Train and every year this amazing display is set up during the holiday season! This year, the library will begin set up of the train in mid November and is usually up through New Years!

When: Mid November, 2018 – Early January, 2019
Where: 96 S. Grant Ave. Columbus, OH 43215

Holiday Train at Main Library in Columbus, Ohio

7. Holiday Train at Ohio History Center

holiday train at Ohio History Center

If you happen to have kids that like trains, there is a also holiday train set up at the Ohio History Center. Granted, it’s not quite as elaborate as the Huntington Train, but since we’re members at Ohio History Center, this one is still a no-brainer for me and two boys who love trains! We don’t miss it! (A membership to Ohio History Center is one of my

When: Late November – Early January
Where: 800 E. 17th. Ave., Columbus OH 43211

Holiday Train at Ohio History Center

8. Think Outside the Brick

Think Outside the Brick LEGO display at Columbus Museum of Art

This exhibit at the Columbus Museum of Art isn’t even holiday themed, but it arrives in November and says goodbye in March, so in my mind it’s associated with Christmas! If you have kids on Christmas break, this would be a great reason to take them to the Art Museum! The LEGO replica of Columbus is awesome and we love to visit at this time! There are usually blocks for free building in the Big Idea Gallery, too!

Admission is free on Sundays and on Thursday nights you “pay what you want” from 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM!

When: November 10, 2018 – February 22, 2019
Where: 480 E. Broad St., Columbus, OH 43215

Think Outside the Brick at Columbus Museum of Art

9. Easton

Christmas Tree at Easton Town Center

We always enjoy going to Easton at Christmastime – and not just to do our Christmas shopping! There is a life-sized nativity and a humongous Christmas tree (an all-new, 50 ft tree covered in 28, 680 RGB LED’s arrived in 2017!)! There are carriage rides, live music performances and the lighting ceremony takes place on Friday, November 16, 2018 beginning at 6:30 PM and includes a parade, a fireworks show, a visit from Santa and more!

Nativity at Easton Town Center

When: beginning November 16, 2018
Where: 160 Easton Town Center, Columbus, OH 43219

10. State Auto Christmas Corner

Nativity Scene at State Auto Nativity

Christmas Corner is something we love to do close to Christmas Eve! You can walk through a life-sized nativity following the Christmas story! The Tree Lighting Ceremony takes place on Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 5:30 PM. There are choirs scheduled on Friday and Saturday evenings through December 23rd and free hot chocolate (donations accepted!) will be available on those evenings!  There are ample parking lots designated for viewing this display!

When: Tuesday, December 5, 2017 through Christmas Day when baby Jesus is placed in the manger. (2018 dates TBD)
Where: 518 E Broad St., Columbus, OH 43215

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Halloween Events Around Columbus

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Looking for a kid-friendly Halloween party for your family? This list ranges from silly to scary and there’s a Halloween party in Columbus almost every night of the month!

Halloween Events around Columbus and Central Ohio for families:

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Halloween Party at Whetstone Community Center

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Friday, October 12, 2018

Haunted Wagon Rides at Young’s Jersey Dairy

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Field of Fright at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Haunted Wagon Rides at Young’s Jersey Dairy

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Saturday Morning Cartoons: All Hallows’ Eve Edition at Gateway Film Center

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Field of Fright at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

Fall Spooktacular Craft Fair at Westerville North High School

October Grown-Up & Me Art: Goofy Pumpkin! at Art with Anna

Boo ‘n Brew at Polaris Fashion Place

Trunk or treat, hayrides, s’mores and more! at The First Church of God Community Worship Center

Pups and Pumpkins at Hoover Gardens & Gift Center

Sunday, October 14, 2018

MUMS & Mummies at Westgate Park

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

October Family Paint: Lil Pumpkin at Art with Anna

Giant Pumpkin Carving 2018 at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Monday, October 15, 2018

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Mommy & Me: Fall Ball at Sunny Street Cafe (Sawmill)

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Halloween Party at Douglas Community Center

The Circleville Pumpkin Show

BOO! with the Zoo at Gateway – University District

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Scented Storytime: Halloween Edition at The Candle Lab (Grandview)

The Circleville Pumpkin Show

Pumpkin Painting In the Park at Freedom Park

Mother-Son Halloween Costume Dance at Reynoldsburg Senior Center

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Friday, October 19, 2018

Halloween Party at Tuttle Community Center

Halloween Party at William Adams Community Center

Halloween Party at Indian Mound Community Center

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Boo at the Zoo at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Haunted Wagon Rides at Young’s Jersey Dairy

Field of Fright at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

The Circleville Pumpkin Show

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Saturday, October 20, 2018

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Field of Fright at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

The Circleville Pumpkin Show

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Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Boo at the Zoo at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

4th Annual Halloween Hop! at Columbus Speech & Hearing Center

CRC Annual Pumpkin Patch 2018 at The Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center

2018 Old Hilliard Halloween Haunt at Hilliard’s Station Park

Sensory Friendly Films: Monster House (2006) at Gateway Film Center

Boo ‘n Brew at Polaris Fashion Place

Powell Community Bonfire

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Haunted Wagon Rides at Young’s Jersey Dairy

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Boo at the Zoo at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Halloween Pet Parade and Fall Festival at Easton Town Center

Make a Mask at Family Days at Pizzuti Collection

Trick or Treat Trail at Gallant Woods Park

Pumpkin Swim at Prairie Township Community Center

Trick-or-Treat and Costume Contest at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Kids Monster Painting Class at Aprons and Easels

Monday, October 22, 2018

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Tuesday, October 23, 208

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Maker Mania – Halloween Edition at The Past Foundation

Halloween Party at Barnett Community Center

Halloween Party at Glenwood Community Center

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

School’s Out Program – Ghosts in the Garden at Sunbury Urban Farm

Stroller Strides Pumpkin Workout and Playdate at Fancyburg Park

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Halloween Party at Barack Community Center

Halloween Party at Blackburn Community Center

Halloween Party at Howard Community Center

Halloween Party at Linden Community Center

Halloween Party at Schiller Community Center

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Costume & Candy Crawl at Kingsdale Shopping Center

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Friday, October 26, 2018

Halloween Party at Brentnell Community Center

Halloween Party at Carriage Place Community Center

Halloween Party at Driving Park Community Center

Halloween Party at Feddersen Community Center

Halloween Party at Milo Grogan Community Center

Halloween Party at Sullivant Gardens Community Center

Halloween Party at Thompson Community Center

Halloween Party at Westgate Community Center

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Field of Fright at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

Howl-O-Ween at Ohio Wildlife Center

Boo at the Zoo at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Trick or Treat at The Shops at Worthington Place

Obetz Halloween Party at Dixon Quarry

Halloween Themed Parents Night Out at We Rock the Spectrum – Columbus

Wizards & Wands Festival at Westerville Public Library

St. Christopher’s Haunted House with Columbus Ghostbusters

Trick or Treat Trail at Prairie Township Community Center

Movies in the Park and Halloween Fun at Westgate Community Recreation

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Haunted Wagon Rides at Young’s Jersey Dairy

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Halloween Party at Far East Community Center

Halloween Party at Holton Community Center

Halloween Party at Lazelle Woods Community Center

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Field of Fright at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

Halloween Market at Worthington Farmers Market

Stroller Strides Pumpkin Workout and Playdate at Fancyburg Park

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Trick or Treat at the Conservatory at Franklin Park Conservatory

Trick or Tweet at Grange Insurance Audubon Center

Boo at the Zoo at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Kids Skull Planter at The Groovy Plants Ranch LLC

Not-So-Scary Halloween Party at We Rock the Spectrum – Columbus

Halloween Hoopla! at Marysville Public Library

Boo ‘n Brew at Polaris Fashion Place

Creepside Festival at Creekside Park & Plaza

Howl-O-Ween at Ohio Wildlife Center

Trick or Treat Village in Genoa Township

Highbanks Harvest Fest at Highbanks Metro Park

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Candy by the Carload in Powell

A Haunted Night in the Gardens at Hoover Gardens & Gift Center

Haunted Wagon Rides at Young’s Jersey Dairy

Sunday, October 28, 2018

Trick or Treat at the Conservatory at Franklin Park Conservatory

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Boo at the Zoo at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium

Halloween Family Sunday at North Market

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

The GREAT Pumpkin Smash! at The MAiZE at Little Darby Creek

Trunk or Treat & Fall Fest at Grove City UMC

Trunk or Treat at Westerville Christian Church

Hilliard Trunk or Treat 2018 at Hilliard/Ray Patch Family YMCA

BOO NIGHT at Big Bounce

Monday, October 29, 2018

COOK | Kids Cook: Halloween Treats and Spooky Drinks at 1400 Food Lab

Halloween Cookie Decorating Class at Party Like It’s Your Birthday

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Halloween Party at Dodge Community Center

Halloween Party at Woodward Park Community Center

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Haunted Village at Olde Pickerington Village

Free Community Trick or Treat at THE GRAND of Dublin

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Halloween Party at Beatty Community Center

Halloween Party at Martin Janis Community Center (Ages 50 and up)

The Haunted Maze at Hoover Gardens

Stroller Strides Halloween Workout and Costume Party at Fancyburg Park

Our Village: Costume Parade + Treats at Highbanks Metro Park

Tots Trick or Treat at City of Pickerington

Trick or Treat / Block Party at Groveport Town Hall

Trick or Treat 2018 – City of Pataskala

Trick or Treat 2018 – City of Reynoldsburg

Trick or Treat – City of Hilliard

Trick or Treat in Powell – City of Powell

Boo Off Broadway & Trick-or-Treat – Grove City

Trick or Treat on Inah at CW Church

Dracula at Columbus Children’s Theatre

Haunted Greenhouse at DeMonye’s Greenhouse

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*Please be aware,  information is gathered from multiple community sources.  Times, dates and locations are subject to change. There may be a fee to participate in a featured activity.  Please call ahead or check links to confirm activities.  Enjoy what you do today!*

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