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There's Something Special Here!   Once a bustling port on the Ohio & Erie Canal, Historic Roscoe Village now mixes the charm and history of the 1800s with plenty of fun for all ages!   There is always something to do in Roscoe—, Living history tours, hands-on activities, beautiful gardens, the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum exhibits, canal boat rides,  unique shopping & dining, festivals & events, live entertainment, and more!   Visit this page often to read up on the current events in this charming little canal town. 


Memorial Day Basket Giveaway

The Roscoe Village Foundation is “kicking off” the self-guided tour season with a Memorial Day Basket Giveaway! This lovely basket contains gift certificates and merchandise of nearly $300.00 in value from the Shops and Partners of Roscoe Village!

For every Living History Tour ticket purchased on Memorial Day Weekend (Saturday - Monday), you will receive one free ticket to enter the MEMORIAL DAY BASKET GIVEAWAY at the Roscoe Village Visitor Center!

Sponsors include: Berlin Grande Hotel, The Warehouse Steak N' Stein, The Cottage Gate, House of G.A. Fisher Jewelers, Canal Cargo, River Ridge Leather, Roscoe Village Foundation, Yellow Butterfly Winery, Canal Boat Landing, MMP Group LLC(Roscoe Village Sweets & Treats, Roscoe General Store, Caldersburgh Trading Company and Medbery Marketplace) and CVB/Annin Flag Showroom.

 

*Drawing will be held on Memorial Day at 3pm. The winner will be announced on social media and contacted via phone or email, and must be able to pick up basket no later than June 3rd, 2017.  For further information call 800-877-1830 ext.20 or “Like” Historic Roscoe Village on Facebook and Instagram.

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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Call 740-622-7644 or 800-877-1830

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