Cummins New Employee Orientation Tour

A Brief Introduction to the Activities and Sights of Columbus, IN.

Cummins New Employee Orientation Tour

Columbus, Indiana 47201, United States

Created By: Columbus Area Visitors Center

Tour Information

This tour will introduce you to many of the key features of Columbus, IN. From Victorian-era ice cream parlors to works of art unique to the City, this tour generally takes about an hour and will introduce you to many key aspects of Columbus life.

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What You'll See on the Tour

Open 8:30-9:00 Monday-Thursday, 8:30-6:00 on Saturday, and 8:30-4:00 on Sundays "Providing resources for lifelong learning and enjoyment." The public library is home to many great resources and hours of fun and relaxation.
Irwin Inn and Gardens, a famous and historic site originally built in 1864 and remodeled in 1910, has changed little in the past 100 years, preserving a slice of the past. On Sundays and Tuesdays, there is a 60-minute tour of the house and ... Read more
Designed by Gunner Birkerts it was constructed in 1988 and has been a wonderful addition to the Columbus architecture.
First Christian Church was originally designed by Eero Saarinen, and constructed in 1942. This monumental building, with the tall clock tower, is a major addition to the Columbus architecture.
Completed in 1998, it was designed by William A. Johnson Associates of Seattle, Washington. This Alley, between Jackson and Washinton St. The bricks used in this walkway represent the friendship from Mayor Michio Tsukamoto and the people... Read more
The Post Office. Open Monday - Friday (8-7) Saturday (9-1)
This elegantly-restored 1900-style ice cream parlor and museum was named “The Number One Thing Every Hoosier Must Do” by Indianapolis Monthly magazine. One writer said it is “…a confection of mirrors, marble, Tiffany glass, carved... Read more
The Commons is a community center and resource. From event venues to Jean Tinguely's Kinetic sculpture, Chaos I, The Commons is home to several dining options and a place for children and their families to hang out and have fun. Building Ho... Read more
Children's museum, filled with many exciting exhibits, the Kids Commons is a great time to have fun with your children and a day of adventure. Closed most Mondays, the Kids Commons is open 10:00 to 5:00 on Tuesday - Saturday and 1:00 to 5:... Read more
Designed by Isaac Hodgson, the courthouse was build in the late 1800s (1871-74).
These limestone pillars were built to commemorate those who have served.
The building of both the Mayoral Offices and the Columbus City Police Department.  
Originally a brick building, the old and new building were encased in a reflective glass skin and the Yello, Orage, Red, And Blue, Pipes on the side are an Icon to the City of Columbus. Designed by architect Paul Kennon, the building was a... Read more
A community center for active adults the Mill Race Center was designed to emphasize that older adults are a growing resource that should be actively engaged in the community,
A large park with walkways and trails, as well as playgrounds for children. A great place for the whole family for fun relaxation and a day in the sun!
General visiting hours: Mon-Fri (9:00-5:00) Sun (12:00-5:00) This historic building, originally owned by John Storey in 1864, is now home to the Columbus Visitor's Center. The Visitor's Center is home to a gift shop, various works of art... Read more


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