Dublin is a vibrant and friendly City with safe neighborhoods, numerous parks, bike paths and a variety of community events and activities for residents to enjoy. It’s no wonder Dublin has been recognized nationally, as one of the best places to live. Dublin is directly accessible by US 33/SR 161 and I-270, approximately a 20-minute drive to downtown Columbus.
The Historic District of Dublin, Ohio, features centuries-old buildings adjacent to new structures seamlessly blending the old with the new as the backdrop for a vibrant town center with upscale urban amenities. Chic restaurants, eclectic shopping and professional service businesses offer dining, nightlife, shopping and gathering – all within walking distance of a diverse mix of homes and parks along the natural boundaries of the Scioto River. The Dublin Art in Public Places program is more than 20 years old and has grown from one sculpture in 1990 to more than 70 sculptural elements in 2011.
Dublin offers over 1,098 acres of developed parkland, 123 acres of undeveloped parkland, 56 developed parks ranging from wooded natural areas and river frontage to active, athletic facilities and 96 miles of bike path. Dublin is home to more than 3,000 businesses. The Dublin City School District offers an exciting and highly enriched educational environment. In addition to being one of the largest and fastest-growing districts in the state, Dublin is also one of the most highly regarded school districts in the nation.
There is a lot to do and see in Dublin. From the visionary art in public places to world class events, Dublin is distinguished by its unrivaled attractions, renowned leisure activities and passion for all things Irish. Each year the City hosts a variety of special events from the Dublin St. Patrick’s Day Parade to the Jack Nicklaus’ Memorial Golf Tournament and Dublin Irish Festival. With over 100 restaurants you’re sure to find something to please your palate. Dublin is a perfect place to call ‘home’.