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Historic Roscoe Village Group Tour Overview Living History Tour Exhibits Group Tour Offerings Additional Group Tour Options Monticello III Horse-Drawn Canal Boat Ride Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum Shopping & Dining

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Coshocton County Group Offerings Raven’s Glenn Winery Pearl Valley Cheese Unusual Junction Annin Flag Company Gospel Hill Lighthouse Heritage Vineyard Winery Shopping in Downtown Coshocton Merchantile on Main

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Outdoor Options Clary Gardens Lake Park

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Group Logding Options Coshocton Village Inn & Suites Super 8 Motel Roscoe Motor Inn Country Squire Inn & Suites

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Historic Roscoe Village Group Tour Overview Historic Roscoe Village Group Tour Overview

Roscoe Village Group Tour Video www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqGS9lcvGLA

Historic Roscoe Village Enter this restored 1800s canal town and you’ll learn how Roscoe was once a bustling center of commerce on the Ohio/Erie Canal. Take a Living History tour where you’ll meet an 1800s doctor, watch a working blacksmith, practice your writing skills in a one-room schoolhouse and meet many other period craftsmen and artisans. Experience history firsthand as you listen to costumed interpreters as they portray life from an an earlier era. Enjoy museums, exhibits, living history tours, shops , restaurants, & horse-drawn canal boat rides.

Roscoe Village Group Tour Info (800) 877-1830 ext 20

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Here are just a few of the many reasons to come to Historic Roscoe Village in Coshocton Ohio. •

Group Size 20 or more

1 comp for driver & 1 comp for escort

Canal Era Living History Tours

Unique Shopping with Group Discount Cards

Hands-On Canal Era Activities

Unique Shopping & Dining

Horse-drawn Canal Boat Rides

Nearby Longaberger Baskets & Amish Country

Great Lodging Options

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Historic Roscoe Village Living History Tour Exhibits

Journey through the Living History Exhibits and see a glimpse of life along the canal in early Roscoe. Tour tickets can be purchased at the Visitor Center for entry to the exhibits listed below. VISITOR CENTER — This beautiful welcome center is the place to purchase Living History tickets, view the Ditches of Destiny video and stroll through the Founder’s Gallery, where the story of Edward and Frances Montgomery’s restoration dream is told. In the Exhibit Hall, located on the lower level, you will find detailed dioramas, maps and models of the canal and lock system and our cooperage exhibit. At the Village Crafter’s Shop, located inside the Visitor Center, you can purchase items which have been fashioned by our skilled Roscoe Village artisans. THE VILLAGE SMITHY — Built c.1889, this rustic structure is the home of our village blacksmith. Since its renovation in 1978, the barn has come alive with memories, as a blacksmith demonstrates, using the old tools and techniques of the Canal Era. HAY CRAFT & LEARNING CENTER — Watch the broom squire handcraft useful brooms from broomcorn. Learn about the various specialty brooms made in Roscoe Village. See the printer operate an 1870s press and receive a sample bookmark. Home to the broom shop and print shop, the Raymond Hay Craft and Learning Center was built in 1987 and named in honor of Raymond Hay, an active community leader and supporter of Roscoe Village. THE TOLL HOUSE — This is the restored home of Jacob Welsh, the first recorded toll collector in Roscoe. It is now home to exhibit items and a video pertaining to the restoration processes used throughout the Village as well as The Toy Cellar, a vintage toy exhibit.

DR. MARO JOHNSON’S OFFICE — Built in 1842, Dr. Johnson’s Office is home to many medical instruments and furnishings of the 19th century. Listen to Dr. Johnson as he shares stories about 1800s medicine. Visit the medical display located on the second floor. DR. MARO JOHNSON’S HOUSE — A beautifully furnished 1830s period home once owned by Dr. Maro Johnson, a prominent doctor in Roscoe during the Canal Era. Here he lived with his wife and four children while keeping his office in the rooms next door. Antiques from the 1800s provide the background, while costumed interpreters describe the lifestyle and furnishings. CALDERSBURGH PEARL CANAL BOAT EXHIBIT — Climb aboard this life-size replica of a three-cabin cargo boat. This exhibit is permanently moored along the hillside in Roscoe and will spark the imaginations of guests of all ages with its authentic detail. ROSCOE SCHOOL — Gather children of all ages at the oneroom schoolhouse for a daily lesson of reading, writing and arithmetic under the watchful eye of the school teacher. THE CRAFTSMAN’S HOUSE — As both the oldest building in Roscoe, built in 1825, and the only building to be moved from its original site on SR 541 W, this little home has quite a past. Previously the home of canal weaver Daniel Boyd and his family, today you will find looms and a home representing the lifestyle of the typical Roscoe resident.

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Historic Roscoe Village Group Tour Offerings

Mudlarked in Roscoe Living History Tour* 1 or 2 hour tour $8.60 per adult Your canal boat is stuck in Roscoe Village for repairs. Whatever will you do to pass the time? Are you as strong as a blacksmith? The village printer is looking for an apprentice; load freight on the deck of the Caldersburg Pearl and stop by the toll house and figure your toll. Enjoy your dealings with costumed interpreters while mudlarked in Roscoe.

Journey through all the Living History Exhibits and see a glimpse of life along the canal in early Roscoe. Visit Dr. Maro Johnson at his office, experience a school lesson in a oneroom school house, observe a working blacksmith, and watch Roscoe Village artisans weave rugs, make brooms and portray life in an 1800s canal town.

What’s It?*

$5.00 per adult Sit back and relax as you interact with one of our costumed interpreters as they present an array of tools, utensils and instruments that would have been employed in our 1800s canal town. After seeing the items, guests will be asked the magical question “What’s It?” and will have the opportunity to make a guess. The answer will be revealed along with a brief history of its function. We will not be keeping score because everyone is a winner! Each participant will take home a village hand-crafted notecard.

Garden Tours*

1 hour guided tour (Seasonal) $5.00 per adult Complete tour of the beautiful gardens of Rosoce Village.

1800s Trades Tour*

1 hour guided tour $9.00 per adult For those who would like a taste of the village brought to you, a costumed interpreter will guide you through the Exhibit Hall where you will see a weaving and cooper demonstration; view dioramas of the canal being built; a working lock model and a grist mill model. Make your own hands-on tin punching ornament to take home!

The Spirit of Roscoe Tour (lamp lit tour)*

1-1/2 hours (Seasonal) $8.60 per adult Learn about our “spirited” canal town through stories of long ago personalities, significant events and curiosities. Hear about Roscoe’s firebug; the tragedy of the hotel; the danger and humor of being a post boy, the atrocity of a bloody Bible and more. Join us in this special excursion . . . if you DARE!!!

A Roscoe Christmas Tour*

1-1/2 hours (Seasonal) $8.60 per adult Christmas cards, toys, treats,”visions of sugarplums”, and letters to Santa. Learn how these holiday traditions were practiced in the 1800s. You’ll receive nice Christmas tokens and many warm memories to take home with you! * No charge for regular costumed tour guide. The only exception is the Mudlarked Tour is a leisure tour from Memorial Day to Labor Day

Roscoe Village Group Tour Info (800) 877-1830 ext 20

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Historic Roscoe Village In-depth Additional Group Tour Options

Hands-On Crafts (Visitor Center)

$2.50 a craft per person Allow 30 minutes per craft Please select the same activity for your entire group Make memories... old fashioned crafts to take home, like tin-punching, candle-dipping, leather working or make a pressed flower bookmark

Additional Costumed Character Guide Available $25.00 per hour in addition to per person rate of the selected tour

Let one of our costumed characters lead your group for the full Roscoe Village Living History tour experience:

Dr. or Mrs. Maro Johnson

Dr. Maro Johnson was a practicing physician in Roscoe Village. Dr. or Mrs. Johnson will treat your group to fascinating information on life in a canal era town.

Mary Harris

Indian captive and first white woman settler in the Ohio country.

Lucy Webb Hayes

Lucy was the wife of President Rutherford B. Hayes. Lucy will be able to converse with your group about the White House years or Civil War Era. She was the first “first lady�.

Step-on Guide

Step-on Guide for motorcoach $2.00 per person

Roscoe Village Group Tour Info (800) 877-1830 ext 20

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Historic Roscoe Village Monticello Canal Boat Ride

Monticello III Horse-Drawn Canal Boat Ride (Seasonal) Coshocton City & County Park District (740) 622-7528

On the 45-minute canal boat ride, you will be entertained by the Canal Boat Captain as he explains 1800s life on the canal. You’ll hear tall tales and a lot taof history told in first person so you’ll feel like you’ve actually glided right into the 1830s. You might even get to assist the helmsman in steering the canal boat while on your journey.

Group price $7 per person (regular run) or Charter price - $250

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Historic Roscoe Village Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum Tour Group Programs Weird & Wonderful Imagine going into Grandma’s attic and finding treasures that you’ve never seen before. We’ve got some of those things in our “attic” as well. Come and play “What’s that thing?”—a game that invites the audience to guess what the object really is and where it came from. You’ll be given three possible answers (remember What’s My Line?) for each object and we’ll see who in your group is the best at guessing. This program can be adjusted to fit your schedule. Suggested length: 30 – 45 minutes. Cost: $3 per adult with a minimum total admission of $45.

Black Out Let’s say you don’t have electricity for a week…. Unfortunately it’s not that hard to imagine so now’s the time to acquaint yourselves with alternative sources of light, utensils, and entertainment. (Hmmm…you might even remember using some of these items at some time in your life back in “the dark ages.”) We’ll share some interesting innovation that folks use to employ to illuminate, percolate and accommodate without one amp of electricity. You’ll be saying, “Oh, for the good ol’days.” This program can be adjusted to fit your schedule. Suggested length: 30-45 min. Cost: $3 per adult with a minimum total admission of $45.

The Glory of the Samurai

Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum (740) 622-8710 Email: jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org

This Nationally-accredited museum features collections of ancient Asian, Native American, Euro-American and historic Ohio artifacts. See the popular exhibit of the Newark Holy Stones, which are controversial stones uncovered in prehistoric Indian Mounds in the 1860s and inscribed in Hebrew.

Hundreds of years ago the Japanese perfected the making of armor and swords, fit for the class of warriors called Samurai. The armor was flexible and light, weighing a mere 25 lbs., and their swords were considered works of art because of the blade’s strength and the beauty of the fittings. Now aren’t you curious? Check out JHM’s weaponry and hear some fun stories about the Samurai. This program can be adjusted to fit your schedule. Suggested length: 20-30 min. Cost: $2 per adult with a minimum total admission of $35.

A Taste of Splendor Life’s too short to miss an opportunity of awe and beauty. You’ll do just that in A Taste of Splendor. As you wander through the magnificent Asian Gallery and the Montgomery Gallery with its changing exhibit, you’ll be served appetizers and fine wine produced in Coshocton County. This program can be adjusted to fit your schedule. Suggested length: 20-40 min. Cost: $9 per adult with a minimum of fifteen in group.

Additional Information

Group price for 20 or more Adult - $2.00 per person Students - $2.00 per person

Seating is provided for all programs. Participants are also welcome to view the entire museum. A surcharge of $10 will be added to evening programs. Refreshments may be included in any program: Appetizers and wine ($7 per person) or appetizers and soft drinks ($5 per person).

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Historic Roscoe Village Shopping & Dining

Caldersburgh Trading Company- Features coffees, oldfashioned toys, beautiful canvas prints, stylish scarves, accessories, home decor, antiques, and more.

Roscoe Village Sweets & Treats - No trip to Roscoe Village

would be complete without a visit to this charming candy shop. Central Ohio’s #1 Candy and Chocolate Store with over 1,000 different candies in stock. Come take a peak!

Kiefer’s Florist - Fresh cut flowers, green plants, seasonal blooming plants and home garden accessories. Canal Cargo - This shop offers a collection of wonderful handmade gifts, Vera Bradley handbags, gourmet food, a complete winemakers cellar, bath & body care items and WoodWick and Yankee candles. Annin Flagmakers Showroom - Find local toruism information at the Coshocton County Visitors Bureau, plus locally-made American Flags and patriotic decorations. Medbery Marketplace - This canal era hotel now houses cheeses, gourmet foods, bulk snacks and more.

Stroll Roscoe Village’s historic Whitewoman Street and browse through unique and enchanting shops featuring fine wares such as Amish-made furniture, hand-crafted leather, garden accessories, fine candies, baskets, beautiful home decor and much more.

House of G.A. Fisher Jewelers - From the traditional to the eclectic – diamonds, fine jewelry, clocks, watches and many unique gifts. A shop you won’t want to miss.

Roscoe General Store - Decorated with antiques from general stores of old, this delightful shop earns its name with offerings for every taste. Apple butter, jams and jellies, homemade fudge, candy, gourmet dips and sauces, toys for the kids and gifts for the home. Ohio State of Mind offers all Ohio-made items, hand-thrown pottery, jewelry, gifts, food items, and more.

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Historic Roscoe Village Shopping & Dining

Uncorked - Enjoy this stylish wine bar and coffee shop offering a full line of gourmet coffees and a full-service wine bar. Visit our adjoining retail shop for over 200 imported and Ohio wines. Serving lunch and dinner. Weekend entertainment. Medbery Cafe - Some of the best sandwiches and strolling foods in Roscoe Village. Sandwiches, salads, pasta, and more. Indoor and outdoor seating areas. Commonwealth Americana - Commonwealth Americana features fine arts, crafts, and homewares made in Coshocton, one of Ohio’s most distinctive communities. River Ridge Leather - Quality leather goods made in Roscoe Village using traditional tools and techniques.

Village Crafter’s Shop - Find beautiful 1800s style items

such as blacksmith wares, brooms, and loom-made rugs and placemats, all made by Roscoe Village artisans.

Knob Hill Design - A custom design shop featuring

American Benchmade furniture, antiques, glassware, aprons and pillows.

The Cottage Gate - Cottage-style living with accessories for

every season, including: tapestries, wall art, pillows, throws, and many handmade items from floral to small oak furniture.

Wildwood Music - Listen to the sweet sounds of Ohio’s musical heritage at this shop brimming with guitars, mandolins, banjos, dulcimers and many wonderful CDs.

The Warehouse Steak n Stein & P.R. Nye’s Lock 27 - Enjoy the atmosphere of this beautifully restored building as you dine in the restaurant or relax in the more casual Lock 27 Pub. Summertime brings outdoor dining and entertainment to the outdoor patio.

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Coshocton County Group Offerings

Raven’s Glenn Winery & Italian Restaurant

Easy access from 1-77

56183 County Road 143, West Lafayette, OH ravensglenn.com (740) 545-1000

Open year-round

Motor coach friendly

Raven’s Glenn Winery offers tours, tastings of their award-winning wines, a gift shop and has a delightful Italian restaurant where you can dine indoors or outside on the patio.

Delightful casual Italian dining

Step-on Greeting

Winery tours & tastings

Group size California-style tasting bar

Banquet facility seats up to 200

Large gift shop

Sunday Champagne Buffet

Private tours for groups of 12 or more by appointmentthe 45-minute tour includes winery tour, wine tasting and etched glass. Located directly across from Unusual Junction7 miles west of I-77 on US 36 and 9 miles east of Coshocton and Roscoe Village.

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Coshocton County Group Offerings

Pearl Valley Cheese

Unusual Junction

Ohio’s Grand Champion Swiss Cheesemaker and retail shop. Watch the cheesemaking process during the morning hours Monday through Friday. Have fun samping from over the 25 varieties of cheese in the retail store before making your selection. Free.

Unusual Junction offers unique shopping and dining in a historic 1895 railroad station, including gourmet market, deli, gift shop, restaurant, Amish cheeses, 100s of hot sauces and many collectibles.

Located near Ohio’s Amish Country & Raven’s Glenn and close to Roscoe Village.

Located directly across from Raven’s Glenn Winery 7 miles west of I-77 on US 36 and 9 miles east of Coshocton and Roscoe Village.

54760 Township Road 90, Fresno, OH pearlvalleycheese.com (740) 545-6002

56310 US Route 36, West Lafayette, OH TheUnusual Junction.com (740) 545-9772

Open Monday - Saturday 8:00am to 5:00pm Open 7 days a week from 10:00am - 6:00pm

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Coshocton County Group Offerings

Annin Flag Company

700 South 3rd Street, Coshocton, OH The American flag was less than fifty years old when Alexander Annin began making US flags for the merchant ships in his sail-making shop on the New York City waterfront in the 1820’s. Today Annin Flagmakers is America’s oldest and largest flag company, remaining heads and shoulders above any other U.S. flag manufacturing company in the United States. 157 workers produce over three million full-sized American flags every year in Coshocton Ohio.

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1 hour Factory Tours with prior reservations

Tour times: Monday - Friday, 9am or 1pm

No cost, although there is a suggested donation of $2 - $3 per person. Donations go to Team Annin for local charities

School Tours also available - 1 adult chaperone per 10 students required

Individual release waivers required

Contact the Coshocton County Visitors Bureau for additional booking information (800) 338-4724 or director@visitcoshocton.com


Coshocton County Group Offerings

Gospel Hill Lighthouse

Heritage Vineyard Winery

The country’s largest inland lighthouse - 65 feet to the top of the dome. Located at the top of a hill, the lighthouse stands overlooking the surrounding valleys and forests with beautiful scenic views. Free admission.

Experience a variety of estate-grown American & French wines in a casual, relaxing atmosphere. Visitors can enjoy not only the great wines, but also the picturesque views that only foothills of eastern Ohio can provide. The Gathering Room is available for reservation and comfortably holds group up to fifty.

Tours available: Monday - Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm

Located 9 minutes from Roscoe Village

27610 Bethlehem TR 45, Warsaw, OH gospelhill.com (740) 824-3300

27561 Township Road 45, Warsaw, OH heritagevineyardwinery.com (740) 824-4314

Tours also available evenings and weekends by appointment by calling (740) 824-3300

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Coshocton County Group Offerings

 

 

Merchantile on Main Craft Classes 313 Main Street, Coshocton, OH mercantileonmain.com (740) 622-5956

If your group has a passion for quilting and sewing, then you can’t miss this shop. Merchantile on Main has the finest materials available, quality sewing products, along with old-fashioned service from folks that love to sew as much as your group. Let your group create their own craft: such as Fabric Stars, Pincushions, Coasters, Door Charms and Pillowcases.

Group price $8.00 - $20.00 craft per person Allow 1 hour per craft

Shopping Main Street Coshocton Enjoy the variety of the historic downtown shops of Coshocton. Whether you’re searching for clothing and accessories, antiques, home furnishings, or that one of a kind gift—you’re sure to be inspired. Downtown shopping includes: • The Coshocton Antique Mall • Dean’s Jewerly • The Gift Depot and Sports Depot • Front Porch Country Store • Mercantile on Main • Linnet’s Flowers on the Square • and more

After spending the day shopping, relax in one of our downtown eateries. Located 1 mile from Historic Roscoe Village.

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The Coshocton Gift Depot 103 Hickory Street, Coshocton, OH (440) 666-2652

The Coshocton Gift Depot is located in a large warehouse filled with delightful and very reasonably priced gifts. They have plenty of room for a bus to park and are willing to open special hours for bus groups.

 


Coshocton County Outdoor Options

Clary Gardens

Lake Park Complex

Clary Gardens is an emerging botanical garden. The property includes 20 acres of rolling hills, woodland trails with sandstone outcroppings, springhouses, ponds and a growing collection of native and exotic perennials, trees and shrubs. A Rose Garden and outdoor amphitheater are recent additions to the gardens. Enjoy a walk on the 1/2 mile trail in the Woodlands. The Garden House and courtyards can be rented for group functions. Free Admission

This remarkable complex has something for everyone! Hike or bike one or all of the clearly marked nature trails which total 7.5 miles that connects Lake Park to the City of Coshocton and Historic Roscoe Village.

Located 1/4 mile from Historic Roscoe Village.

Located 1/2 mile from Historic Roscoe Village.

588 W. Chestnut, Coshocton, OH clarygardens.org (740) 622-6524

SR 83 North, Coshocton, OH coshoctonlakepark.com (740) 622-7528

Picnic Shelters and a 6,400 sq ft Pavilion are also available for rent. Stay overnight in one of more than 60 camp sites on the property. Hilltop Golf Course is also on the grounds.

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Coshocton County Group Lodging Options

Coshocton Village Inn & Suites 115 N. Water Street, Coshocton, OH christopherhotels.com (888) 395-9316 (740) 622-9455 local

Enjoy the comfort & amenities of the Coshocton Village Inn & Suites, centrally-located to all area attractions and restaurants and situated next to the Muskingum River. Free high-speed wireless internet, complimentary hot breakfast, indoor swimming pool, hot tub, sauna & fitness center. Rooms have microwave, refrigerator, HBO, PPView and more. Coshocton’s premiere hotel & banquet facility featuring the Christopher Conference Center.

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Motorcoach-friendly, overnight packages available with: •

Two complimentary rooms with every motor-coach booking

Personal greeting by our friendly, helpful staff

Cookies and Coffee/Tea Reception upon arrival

Complimentary Hot Continental Breakfast

24-hour complimentary coffee, tea, & hot chocolate

Luggage service available upon request

Peaceful outdoor patio and gazebo

Complimentary Hospitality Room if available

Lobby Lounge


Coshocton County Group Lodging Options

Super 8 Motel

Roscoe Motor Inn

This economy lodging is located outside the entrance to Roscoe Village, centrally located to Dresden & Amish communities. Our 48 guest rooms include Jacuzzi suites and high-speed wireless internet. Enjoy our indoor pool and Deluxe SuperStart Breakfast.

Roscoe Motor Inn, located on the edge of Historic Roscoe Village, offers 15 immaculately clean rooms at the most reasonable rates in town. Each room has A/C, refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, hair dryer, iron, cable TV (including HBO) and high-speed wireless internet.

70 S. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH super8.com (740) 622-8899

421 S. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH roscoemotorinn.com (740) 622-8736

Country Squire Inn

275 S. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH countrysquireinnandsuites.com (855) 493-1860 (740) 622-9823 local Fifty spacious guest rooms with suites and family rooms. Rooms include coffee makers, cable TV with three movie channels, free continental breakfast with waffles and coffee in the lobby.

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2015 Coshocton CVB Group Tour Guide