Upper Arlington is a beautiful city located in Franklin County, Ohio, United States of America. Upper Arlington is situated right in the middle of the state, along the Scioto River, near Marble Cliff and Grandview Height. Ben and King Thompson were the developers and settlers of Upper Arlington, in 1913. The city was supposed to be named Country Club District, but it was eventually named Upper Arlington in honor of a nearby city that at that time was named Arlington and in present is named Marble Cliff. In our times, Upper Arlington has an area of 9.8 square miles and a number of approximately 33,700 residents. If you plan to visit it, there are some great attractions you should not miss.
Top Attractions within Upper Arlington
Wexner Center for the Arts is an important attraction of Upper Arlington. It is located at approximately 3 miles from the city center and offers wonderful galleries and exhibitions for locals and visitors. If you are eager to discover superb works of art and to admire those of local artists, head to this great Upper Arlington attraction.
Ohio Historical Society is a beautiful museum that honors the great past of Upper Arlington. The mission of this Upper Arlington attraction is to connect the locals with their past in order to be able to create a better future. For you, as a tourist, this museum has a lot of surprises, including a large collection of vintage photos of the earliest settlers and artifacts of those that moved in town immediately after the incorporation, at the beginning of the 20th century.
Spagio is an establishment with a long history. It opened in Upper Arlington 30 years ago and offers visitors a great place to feel comfortable and to have fun while eating. At Spagio, you can try dishes of the European and Pacific Rim cuisine, delicious, fresh and hot.