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Columbus: What to do

Top picks in Columbus include the Center of Science and Industry, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, and North Market.
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What to do

The Book Loft This 32-room maze of discounted books takes up a city block in German Village. (614) 464-1774; bookloft.com

Center of Science and Industry COSI fuses playground and museum, with more than 300 interactive exhibits. (888) 819-2674; cosi.org

Columbus Food Adventures Themed tours introduce foodies to interesting cuisines around the city. We love sampling authentic Mexican dishes on the taco truck tour. (614) 440-3177; columbusfoodadventures.com

Columbus Zoo and Aquarium More than 600 species reside at this top-ranked zoo. At Polar Frontier, a clear-ceiling viewing area lets visitors see the polar bears playing in a pool overhead. See reviews and ratings. (800) 666-5397; columbuszoo.org 

Huntington Park The $65 million minor-league park offers restaurants and dozens of kinds of seating. Check out the memorabilia and photos in The Hall of Fame Bar. (614) 462-5250; clippersbaseball.com

North Market Visitors shop 32 stalls filled with fresh produce and prepared foods at this indoor market. (614) 463-9664; northmarket.com

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