Bring your kids to see the soul of Columbus, and learn about peace, progress, and our diversity. Located in the historic King-Lincoln district of Columbus Ohio and dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and teaching the cultural and artistic heritage of the African American Experience while promoting peaceful cooperation between all peoples, this beautiful venue for performing, cultural, and visual arts space includes exhibits on the Cradle of Jazz, Elijah Pierce gallery, Goree Island House of Slaves, Cargo, and more.
The King Arts Complex bills itself as the Soul of the City, and with good reason. Music, art, performing art, history, social movements, and expressions of human joy, sadness, celebration and grief can be found and experienced here.
A fascinating and meaningful museum for all ages, the King Arts Complex exhibits are a great rainy day destination, as are the many summer programs for kids, teens, and adults.
This is a place everyone in Central Ohio should visit, and summer is the perfect time to do it!
Keep an eye on the website for special events, and educational programming for all ages.
Open Tuesday-Friday 11am-6pm.
King Arts Complex
867 Mount Vernon Avenue
Columbus, OH 43203
Please note, this information was correct as of the writing date, but things do happen to cause changes that we cannot predict. Contact the venue directly for up-to-the-moment information.
Photo Credit: King Arts Complex