The city of Bexley is an old, tree-lined suburb of Columbus, situated on the banks of Alum Creek, just east of the Franklin Park Conservatory. Bexley is well known for its large houses, and unique architectural estates, located in Bullitt Park. The Governor’s Mansion located in northern Bexley was originally built as a private residence in 1925 and given to the state in 1955. This residence has served as the official residence of Ohio governors since 1957. Bexley is home to several churches and synagogues, numerous historic sites, and pieces of outdoor sculpture, like the original Drexel Theater. Bexley is well known for its walkable Main Street, with restaurants, bistros, coffee shops, and shopping. The local, seasonal Farmer’s Market is also on Main Street, where you can find local food and produce. Bexley has has it’s own school district, the Bexley City School District is located just four miles east of downtown Columbus. Bexley is also home to Columbus School For Girls, Saint Charles, as well as Capital University.
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