Historic Roscoe Village 600 N. Whitewoman St. Coshocton, OH 43812 Work740-622-7644 Visit Web Site
A beautifully restored 1800s canal town located in East Central Ohio with exciting tours, horse-drawn canal boat rides and hands-on activities such as tin punching or candle dipping. Visit more than 15 charming shops, enjoy 3 great eateries and stay at one of the nearby hotels, B&Bs or rustic cabins. Join in the great fun at the ever-popular Apple Butter Stirrin' Festival or make the Christmas Candlelighting one of your family traditions! Housed in one of the restored historical buildings is an amazing vintage toy cellar; a must for children of all ages. Stroll through the beautiful gardens in the village and visit the Nationally Accredited Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum. This little gem is open year-round! Come visit - There's something special here!
Historic Roscoe Village
Roscoe Village grew out of the bustling years of the mid-19th century when passenger packets and freight-laden canal boats plied the waters of the new Ohio and Erie Canal. Imagine a living history community offering glimpses into the past through costumed interpreters, traditional craft demonstrators and unique exhibits.