The Hilliard Community is Open With Your Health & Safety as Our #1 Priority
In Hilliard, our number one priority is the health and safety of our visitors and residents. Our visitor attractions, historic sites, cultural offerings, restaurants, parks, event venues, and hotels are OPEN and going beyond cleaning and safety protocols to ensure this commitment. We ask that you wear your mask and social distance when around other people while still enjoying year-round adventures in Hilliard.
We hope to see you soon!
In Hilliard, we pride ourselves on genuine hospitality that makes strangers feel like neighbors.
Join the locals at one of our unique restaurants where you’ll feel right at home. Don’t be surprised if we strike up a conversation, share stories about our rich history, invite you to attend one of our special events or draw you a map to our favorite Hilliard parks and museums.
Whether you’re attending a corporate event, planning a wedding, traveling for your kids’ competitions, or getting away for the weekend, Hilliard has the amenities you need with the hometown welcome you deserve.
We look forward to seeing you and helping you discover why Hilliard residents come for the schools, but stay for the community.
All Hilliard Has to Offer
Come hang out with the locals — You’ll feel right at home. Take advantage of our extensive park system, paved scenic bike trails, one-of-a-kind museums, cultural offerings, unique dining, and special events.
Your Next Destination
All aboard! Did you know Old Hilliard got its start as a train station on the Piqua and Indiana Railroad? Its location west of Columbus made it the perfect place to ship agricultural products, supplies and equipment to and from the surrounding farmland. In fact, the city was originally named Hilliard’s Station, and while the trains may not roll through town any more, it’s still a vibrant and valuable destination. That history has not been forgotten. Visitors to Old Hilliard frequently stroll through Weaver Park to see the recreation Historic Village, complete with the refurbished original train station, a caboose and other railroad-centric landmarks. Stunning public art like Curtis Goldstein’s new mural on Center Street depicts the city’s railroading past. And anyone can walk, run or bike the Heritage Trail, built of out of the old railroad right-of-way. But whether you’re a long-time resident or first-time visitor, there are plenty of reasons to pause in Old Hilliard.
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