Wildwood Music

Questions?   Call the Store: (740) 622-4224

Wildwood Music Roscoe Ohio Shops

Wildwood Music

672 N. Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
(740) 622-4224
www.wildwoodmusic.com

 

History of the Lock Tender's House - c.1870

Wildwood Music in Historic Roscoe Village Ohio

This building was the home of Thomas Wilson and built the same time as Wilson's woolen mill. It was originally a one-story house. It is one of the only original buildings still standing at Roscoe's lower basin. Thomas Wilson also owned a carding mill, salt house and a cooper shop along the lower basin. During the time of the 1913 flood, William Henry Wilson, grandson of Thomas, was a lock tender and lived in this house with his family. 

Today, this historic building is the home of Wildwood Music. Come for a visit and choose a special instrument from the largest selection of fine, hand-crafted acoustic guitars in the world!

 

Hours of

Mon. Closed Fri. noon—5 p.m.

Operation

Tues. Closed Sat. noon—5 p.m.
  Wed. Closed Sun. Closed
  Thurs. noon—5 p.m.    

 

Contact Us

Historic Roscoe Village
The Roscoe Village Foundation, Inc.
600 N. Whitewoman Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
740-622-7644 or 800-877-1830

Roscoe Village Tours
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