Celebrate Summer in Hilliard with diverse special events, one-of-kind attractions, abundance of parks and recreational activities; and kid-friendly dining.
In Hilliard, they pride themselves on genuine hospitality that makes strangers feel like neighbors. Join the locals at one of the unique restaurants where you’ll feel right at home. Don’t be surprised if they strike up a conversation, share stories about the rich history, invite you to attend one of the special events or draw you a map to their 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.
They look forward to seeing you and helping you discover why Hilliard residents come for the schools, but stay for the community.
The vibrant community boasts attractions that pay tribute to its rich history and showcase its continuous efforts to provide a high quality of life and play. While you’re visiting, they hope you take advantage of Hilliard's extensive park system, paved scenic bike trails, outdoor and indoor attractions, one-of-a-kind museums, unique dining, and special events.
Hilliard is a thriving community of more than 33,000 residents. Residents and corporate citizens enjoy dependable city and safety services, a highly rated public-school system, scenic parks and trails, terrific recreational programs and a variety of safe and attractive neighborhoods. Situated just west of the Scioto River along I-270, Hilliard is only a 15-minute commute to downtown Columbus.
Hilliard is home to the Early Television Museum (the only one of its kind in the United States), the nation’s second largest First Responders Park and the Heritage Rail Trail. Hilliard also has the only flag from the World Trade Center that is not in a museum. The flag is located in front of the fire department on Northwest Pkwy.
For complete visitor information, visit DestinationHilliard.com.