Introduction to Marysville, Ohio
Marysville, Ohio is 27 miles NW of Columbus, Ohio. It is in Union county. The population of the city is 15,942.
Marysville was first settled in 1816. Samuel W. Cuthbertson was founder of Marysville and named it after his daughter Mary Cuthbertson. During 1843, there were approximately 360 residents in Marysville. The population dramatically increased to 2,832 by 1890. In fact, the area became the "shaded City" by 1888. Marysville is also home of Honda of America which opened its first plant in 1979.
Marysville and nearby Attractions
- Columbus Museum of Art
- Alum Creek State Park
- Inniswood Metro Gardens
- Jack Nicklaus Museum
- Wyandot Lake Adventure Park
- Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
Things To Do In Marysville
In Marysville, you can visit the Marysville Public Library and Marysville Square Industrial/ Commercial Park. You can also visit the Allen Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, First Congregational Church, Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church, and Church of Christ. Leisure time can be spent at Schwartzkopf Park, Ray Lewis Park, Barr Haven Park, and Marysville Historic District. Shopping opportunities can be enjoyed at Marysville Plaza Shopping Center, Five Points Shopping Center, and Stocksdale Shopping Center.
International flights are available from Port Columbus International Airport.
Marysville Higher Education
Facilities for higher studies are offered by Capital University, Otterbein College, Devry Institute of Technology, Columbus State Community College, and several other colleges.