A Truly Unique Destination
This 4.66-acre park at 233 Civic Center Drive is a downtown destination that features a one-of-a-kind fountain, park restaurant and an eye-catching performance pavilion. The park was originally dedicated in 1976 to honor John W. Galbreath, an Ohio philanthropist, builder, Kentucky Derby breeder and owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1945-1985.
About John W. Galbreath Bicentennial Park
The Scioto Mile Fountain presented by the American Electric Power Foundation — a stunning 15,000-square-foot marvel — shoots more than 1,000 jets of water, enhanced by unique lighting and fog effects, and is interactive and accessible for visitors of all ages. The park is also home to Milestone 229, a state-of-the-art, glass-enclosed restaurant and covered dining terrace that offers a panoramic view of the Scioto Mile, fountain and downtown skyline. The Performing Arts Pavilion is a permanent stage that hosts concerts, movies, and dance performances.
Overlooking Bicentennial Park, Milestone 229 is a state-of-the-art, glass-enclosed restaurant featuring a covered outdoor dining terrace. Offering panoramic views of the Scioto Mile Fountain and riverfront, Milestone is open daily for lunch and dinner. An architectural icon along the riverfront, the building design includes roof-top solar panels to help power the fountain and restaurant.
Location & Info
233 Civic Center Drive
Columbus, OH 43215
7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Ample meter parking, surface lots, and parking garages are located in the area.
To find out more about Bicentennial Park, contact Columbus Recreation and Parks today!