Located in Sunny 95 Park, this unique facility blends the historic beams of one of the community's oldest farm structures with an airy, modern space perfect for weddings, family reunions, business retreats, birthday parties, civic group meetings, graduation parties and other special events.
The Scioto Room is located in the recently renovated Griggs Boathouse in Duranceau Park and maintained by the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department. The launching point for the Greater Columbus Rowing association and the Ohio State University rowing teams, the Boathouse has a fantastic view of the reservoir and Scioto River.
With more than 25,000 square feet of top-notch meeting and banquet space available, the Longaberger Alumni House can accommodate all of your group's needs. First-class meeting rooms are available in a variety of floor plans, including banquet, classroom, and conference-style.
Built in 1957 and operated by the Wexner Center since 1989, Mershon Auditorium is a premier venue for dance, music, theatre, lectures, multimedia presentations, and more. The stage at Mershon can also be transformed into a "black box" space, creating a more intimate and flexible setting with both audience and performers on stage. The lobby of Mershon Auditorium is used for receptions and similar gatherings. Dinners, luncheons, and meetings are also sometimes held on the Mershon stage.
The Ohio 4-H Center has a broad range of space available for meetings, conferences, or even a dinner party under the stars. The center is LEED certified. The variety of room designs can easily accommodate both large and small groups. Room layouts can be arranged to handle youth conferences, staff seminars, receptions, and faculty meetings.
The unique architecture of the Wexner Center building makes events in the Performance Space, Film/Video Theatre, or café and lobby areas memorable for all attendees. Hosting events in these spaces is a privilege reserved for corporate and individual donors to the Wexner Center, non-profit groups, and Ohio State University departments and units.
Built as a single-family residence in 1905 by industrialist Robert H. Jeffrey, the mansion and its surrounding 32 acres were donated to the city of Bexley in 1941. Today, the historic building offers city recreation, sports, cultural and arts education programs, and provides special event facilities for the community.
Brothers Drake Meadery is an urban producer of wines made from honey. We source all of our raw wildflower honey from Ohio to create a delicious modern take on an ancient tradition. Photo by Columbus Underground