Created By: Columbus Area Visitors Center
The Columbus Pump House is a historical building built in 1903 and completely restored. After many incarnations, today, the Pump House showcases its original architectural grandeur while offering a well-designed, yet laidback, food, and craft beer experience. Grab a beer and a bite under the original archways or on the patio with views of the rushing White River and iconic Robert Stewart Bridge. It’s the perfect spot for weekday lunch, after-work beers, or weekend relaxing.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Columbus brews and bars