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Great Hallelujah Tour

Get in the holiday spirit with a festive tour of downtown churches! Downtown Columbus is home to many historically and architecturally significant churches representing the finest in craftsmanship and ecclesiastical design. Please join us for a walking tour of four stalwart churches – enjoy seasonal music at each with introductions from WOSU Classical 101 Host Christopher […]

Thank You 110 Big Give Donors!

Many thanks to the 110 donors who gave to Columbus Landmarks during The Big Give! These donations plus the bonus pool funds total $17,130.83 for Columbus Landmarks. We don’t know who you are just yet, but we thank you for your generous spirit and for making preservation a priority.   Your donation to Columbus Landmarks will help us continue […]

Congratulations Nationwide Children’s Hospital!

  Congratulations to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, winner of the 2017 James B. Recchie Design Award! The award was the 28th given in honor of the late James B. Recchie, a founding trustee of Columbus Landmarks. It honors excellence in urban design reflected in historic or new buildings and places, additions to existing buildings, parks, public […]

Idea Competition For Endangered Buildings

Columbus Landmarks publishes an annual list of Most Endangered Buildings to build awareness of our city’s architectural heritage at risk of demolition, destruction or irreparable damage. What’s next for threatened buildings? We believe that your creative ideas for adaptive reuse may be a catalyst for redevelopment. The Idea Competition seeks your creativity – unleash it […]

Historical Home Plaques

Columbus Landmarks is now offering plaques for  homes at least 50 years old… …and research services to help homeowners determine the date of their home to be included on the plaque, if desired. The bronze cast plaque from Columbus Sign Company will cost $225 for Columbus Landmarks members and $250 for non-members. To order a […]

Help For Older Homes

Our new Home Preservation Program is actively engaged in Columbus neighborhoods, meeting with community groups and homeowners, and working with our first applicants to the program. The program provides free consultation and technical expertise to homeowners on a variety of repair, renovation and maintenance projects that also respect the architectural character of older homes in […]