Historic Roscoe Village
600 N. Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Open 7 days a week | Open Sunday
Roscoe Village offers Exciting Living History Tours, Shopping, Dining & Festivals
If you and your family are anxious to get far away without a long drive, then an inexpensive trip to Roscoe Village may be just the ticket. Roscoe was once a bustling port along the Ohio and Erie Canal. It is now home to delightful shops, restaurants and tours of the historic buildings.
Don't miss the chance to experience history firsthand as you listen to costumed interpreters as they portray life from an an earlier era. Start your adventure at the Visitor Center or the Toll House (next to the Warehouse Steak n Stein) where you can purchase tour tickets, browse the gift shop, make canal era crafts, watch the “Ditches of Destiny” video, and go through the interactive museum, featuring a working lock model and aqueduct!
Take a serene ride along a restored section of the Ohio/Erie canal. You'll imagine what life would have been like as you listen to old canal tales from the captain. The hoggee leads the team of horses down the towpath as you relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the canal as it once was. Seasonal: Memorial Day Weekend thru Labor Day Weekend. Tuesday - Sunday (Closed Mondays)
Many people visit Roscoe Village simply to walk through the beautiful gardens planted throughout this restored 1800s canal town.
The Shops and Restaurants in Historic Roscoe Village certainly keep things exciting within this historic town. From fine jewelry to handmade leather goods, gourmet foods to wine & coffees, antiques to kitchen wares, ladies clothing to unique gifts, flowers & plants to homemade fudge and custard, delicious family meals to live entertainment, wine-making supplies to unique overnight options, and much more – spending time in Roscoe Village is a treat for all the senses.
On a dull day, Roscoe Village is a special place, but when the festivities are in full swing, it becomes extraordinary.
First-time visitors to the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum (JHM) are often amazed to find such treasures in Coshocton, Ohio! Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the JHM houses permanent exhibits of American Indian, Historic Ohio, Euro–American decorative arts, and Asian arts— including several rare Chinese artifacts. The JHM is nationally-known for their significant collection of American Indian basketry.