Columbus is a bona-fide, year-round sports destination with no offseason. As the 15th largest city in the nation, Columbus provides world-class facilities, a walkable destination and a friendly, open vibe that is felt by residents and visitors alike.As the destination for the 2018 Women’s Final Four, Columbus is ready to roll out the red carpet and welcome student-athletes, fans and media.
Columbus’ amazing food scene features top-ranked chefs, a rich farm-to-table movement, one-of-a-kind restaurants and artisan desserts, beers, wines and spirits. Additionally, we have a whole list of things to do when you’re not eating. That list includes experiencing hands-on activities at COSI, a top-rated science center with more than 300 interactive exhibits; visiting Easton, the Midwest’s premier shopping destination; and discovering Cbus-made products as you work your way through the Made in CBUS trail.
The games will take place at Nationwide Arena in the Arena District, which is right in the heart of the action. Tourney Town, presented by Capital One, is just steps away at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Don’t miss the North Market, featuring more than 30 merchants selling organic produce, locally roasted coffee, baked goods, cheeses, flowers, and an international selection of freshly prepared foods, and the Short North Arts District, where you’ll find outstanding restaurants, unique boutiques and galleries, and cool places to hang out. Or check out one of Columbus’ many diverse neighborhoods, all within a short walk of downtown.
Getting here is simple, too. Flying into Columbus is a breeze with convenient flight options and quick and easy access to downtown. And that’s just the start, here are all our transit options to help you get around Cbus.
We’re ready for you to experience all that Columbus has to offer, but more importantly for you to enjoy your time here. We look forward to seeing you in Columbus for the 2018 Women’s Final Four!