Bicentennial / Galbreath Park
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.
The Scioto Mile Fountain is undergoing improvements this summer and is closed for construction. It will be back bigger and better than ever in 2024!
- 7.362 Acres
- Milestone 229: The park features a state-of-the-art, glass-enclosed restaurant featuring a one-of-a-kind covered outdoor dining terrace. The chef-driven menu features approachable comfort food presented in an elevated fashion, all made with the freshest ingredients. Learn more.
- Scioto Mile Fountain presented by the American Electric Power Foundation: The Scioto Mile Fountain is undergoing improvements this summer and is closed for construction. It will be back bigger and better than ever in 2024! Learn more.
- Performing Arts Stage sponsored by the Franklin County Board of Commissioners: Designed to enhance downtown arts and cultural experiences, the outdoor performance pavilion hosts free music, dance and theatrical performances. Explore Events.