Reynoldsburg, Ohio is known as the birthplace of the tomato. Residents look forward to the annual Tomato Festival where they can enjoy great food, games, and live entertainment. This year, the festival is August 20-21, 2010.
Reynoldsburg is known for its old-fashioned charm and its very active Scottish American Society. Tartan Day (April 6) is a large festival and visitors come to Reynoldsburg from all over to celebrate.
Enjoy the natural beauty of Reynoldsburg at one of the many parks, such as Blacklick Woods, Pine Quarry, Kennedy, or Huber Park. Go golfing at several nearby courses, or visit the Livingston House and Museum. The Livingston House, built in 1864, is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Many Reynoldsburg residents work at Mount Carmel East Hospital or Lucent Technologies. Commuters to Columbus enjoy an easy 15-mile drive on I-70.
Shoppers will enjoy great bargain hunting at the JCPenney Outlet or Taylor Square and the quaint shops, antique stores, and art galleries in the historic Olde Reynoldsburg district. There are also several nearby malls.