Historic Roscoe Village

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Historic Roscoe Village 600 N. Whitewoman St. Coshocton, OH 43812 Work800-877-1830 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 20 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!

Upcoming Events

White Night in Historic Roscoe Village 8-2-2014

White Night in Historic Roscoe Village

The street scene will be arrayed in white with luminaries and twinkling lights. Participants are encouraged to wear all white and to bring their own culinary creations as well as table decorations and service.

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Apple Butter Stirrin' in Historic Roscoe Village 10-17-2014 thru 10-19-2014

Apple Butter Stirrin' in Historic Roscoe Village

Apple Butter Stirrin? features fresh apple butter simmering over open fires; over 100 crafters and artisans with unique handmade items.

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Rivers of Return 10-17-2014 thru 10-19-2014

Rivers of Return

Rivers of Return is a Commemoration of the 250th Anniversary.

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Christmas Candlelightings 2014 in Historic Roscoe Village 12-6-2014 thru 12-20-2014

Christmas Candlelightings 2014 in Historic Roscoe Village

Roscoe Village, an 1800s restored canal era village, cheers on the holiday season with its Christmas Candlelighting.

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Historic Roscoe Village

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.

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