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Historic Roscoe Village, Coshocton

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Architectural Building Landmark
Experience life during the 1800s in this beautifully restored canal era town called Historic Roscoe Village. "Step back in time" with a living history experience complete with costumed interpreters, hands-on activities, shopping, dining, lodging, fun festivals and a horse-drawn canal boat ride.
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  • We recently visited this quaint historical district. There were several shops as well as historical buildings and displays to see. Everyone was very friendly and we had a pleasant time.  more »
  • I arrived at the main visitor center about 2:30 pm, knowing I missed the 1:00 guided tour. I went to the second floor as directed by the signs. There was a costumed lady punching holes in papers to pu...  more »
  • This is a quaint little historic canal town. There are many cute little shops and boutiques. The uncorked restaurant offers wine coffee and food. The warehouse restaurant offers full meals. Both place...  more »
  • Absolutely love this place! It's been a long-time family tradition to go there at least once a year for the Apple Butter Stirrin' Festival. It's a great time for the whole family. Lots of fun stores, crafts, and foods. Highly recommended.
  • This was a nice,quaint town. We enjoyed strolling the town and popping into the various shops and living history buildings. We particularly enjoyed the leather shop. The owner was fun and informative and showed us just how much an art his craft is. We will be back when the canal boats are operating.
  • The interactive living history tour was educational and fun. Don't skip the movie - Ditches of Destiny - it really sets the tone for your visit.
  • Casual low stress strolling. Perfect for an old fat guy like me.
  • Good food, nice people... love stopping in the leather leather shop and candy store. 70 miles from Columbus makes it a perfect same day visit.