German Village is a neighborhood just south of Downtown Columbus. German Village was founded in 1814, making it one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city of Columbus. The early population of this neighborhood consisted of, you guessed it, German immigrants. The neighborhood was mostly developed between 1840 and 1914. German Village is made up of beautiful brick buildings and roads. While driving through German Village you will be in awe of the beautiful brick roads and buildings that hold true to the original feel of the neighborhood. German Village was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. There is no shortage of restaurants, shops, parks, and places to check out in German Village.
If you’re hungry, head to German Village.
German Village has an abundance of amazing places to grab a meal. There are a number of delis, fine dining, and classic spots to check out. For a classic taste of German Village, check out Schmidt’s. Schmidt’s is an authentic German restaurant that has been open since 1886. They are known for their sausage and sauerkraut, and of course their puff pastry.
Another place you have to check out is the Thurman Cafe. Their most known item is a monsterous burger called “The Thurmanator.” Originally created for the above average sized body builders that come into town for the Arnold Sports Festival, The Thurmanator has become one of the most popular meals in the city.
If you’re looking to relax and grab a cup of coffee, you have to take a trip to Stauf’s. Stauf’s is a columbus favorite and has some of the best coffee and treats you will have anywhere! There is also no shortage of patios and places to hang out outside for those beautiful days in the fall!
There is plenty of outdoor space in German Village!
German Village is home to Schiller Park. Many of Columbus residents say that Schiller Park is by far the best park in all of central Ohio. Originally created in the 1800s, Schiller Park consists of 23 acres of open space, fountains, gardens, and historical landmarks. In the summer, Schiller Park hosts numerous festivals, concerts, events, and activities. There is a recreation center that is open to members of the community that has plenty of activities to keep you busy! Head on down to Schiller Park and take a stroll around and enjoy the beautiful scenery!
Take a stroll down the brick roads, you’re sure to find a shop that catches your eye!
There is no shortage of retail shops to check out in historic German Village. One of the most notable places to stop into is The Book Loft. The Book Loft is you guessed it, a bookstore. But it’s not just any bookstore, it is a larger than life store that has 32 rooms to explore. It is the perfect place to relax and lose yourself in a novel!
Plants are friends too, and there is an abundance of them at Stump! Stump has plants from all over the world and can be purchased at affordable prices. It is a calming atmosphere and it certainly has something for everyone!
German Village is great, just ask anyone who lives there!
German Village is one of the oldest, and most beautiful neighborhoods in Columbus. The classic architecture and spacious design make the perfect home for someone looking to buy their first home. If you are looking for a cookie cutter home that will be just like your neighbors, German Village is not the place for you. Every house in German Village is unique. The homes all have character and are very spacious. Living in German Village is affordable, safe, and convenient!
Check out German Village, you won’t be disappointed!
German Village is an amazing place. There are tons of restaurants and things to do. Whether you want to spend time outside at the park, or hang out at a coffee shop, there is always something to do. If you would like to learn more about German Village, please give us a call at (614) 778-8203, shoot us an email at email@example.com, or stop by our new offices located right in the heart of the neighborhood.