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Governor's Residence

358 N Parkview Ave, Columbus, OH 43209-1439
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Classic Old Bexley House

The current Ohio Governor and his family do not currently occupy the Governor's Residence... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2017
Marco Island, Florida
It helps when you know the Governor!

We have attended many functions at the Governor's mansion.It has always been an honor to be... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2017
Bary L
Bexley, Ohio
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8 May 2017
“It helps when you know the Governor!”
3 Jun 2017
“Classic Old Bexley House”
358 N Parkview Ave, Columbus, OH 43209-1439
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Reviewed 4 June 2017

The current Ohio Governor and his family do not currently occupy the Governor's Residence preferring to remain in their private residence. It has been updated some and there still may be a tour or two but it not normally open. Large grounds but usually not...More

Thank williammZ222ZR
Reviewed 8 May 2017

We have attended many functions at the Governor's mansion.It has always been an honor to be invited,as you can imagine.

Thank Bary L
Reviewed 23 June 2016

The tour lasted just over an hour. Took in most of the first floor rooms. None of the upstair rooms. The guides were very personable. I am so glad we took this on a whim. My first 10 minutes in Columbus, and I was in...More

Reviewed 17 February 2016

I have visited the Governor's Residence many times over the years. Scheduling a tour is always a great thing to be involved in. The home is also a museum of Ohio history, an art gallery of Ohio artists and craftsmen, and a place where international...More

Thank Buckeye_boy_614
Reviewed 4 November 2015

This venue has been used for a wide variety of receptions, award ceremonies, etc. It is not large or well configured for large groups, parking is a challenge even when valets are used. It is easy to understand why Gov. Kasich continues to reside in...More

Thank AggieJoe79
Reviewed 24 December 2014

This free tour is excellent! It's worth going just for the artwork and history lesson. The house is stunning and the docents are knowledgeable and delightful. We enjoyed seeing the Christmas decorations and look forward to touring the gardens in the spring. Make your free...More

3  Thank Arlene A
Reviewed 6 September 2014

When Governor Strickland lived in the residence I was there a few times the house is so lovely decorated with antiques collected by many governors. The gardens are full of Ohio flowers a lovely fragrant stroll. The Mansion represents the history of Ohio a treasure...More

1  Thank imaglo52
Reviewed 2 February 2012

Amazing,don't want to ever leave.The home is so so beautiful the whole place is amazing,The whole area around the Govenor's House is beautiful.Most go and drive by and see how wonderful and gourgous the home is.

1  Thank Blessed73
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