At Heritage Village Museum, you will experience the rural simplicity of a small town life as it was in Ohio during the 1800’s. We are open to the public year-round. Volunteers provide guided tours, supervise gift and book shops, coordinate special events, demonstrate traditional crafts and cooking and present educational programs for over 19,000 guests each year.
We are open for exhibits
and guided tours
Wednesday-Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Tours at: 10:30 am / 12:45 pm / 3:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Tours at: 1:30 pm / 3:30 pm
Admission for the guided tour is $5 for Adults, $3 Children 5-11.
Admission for the exhibit only is $2 adults, $1 children.
Children under 4 and Museum Members are free.
Baseball has been the
prominent sport in American culture since the early 1800's. While most sports
during this time were for the sole purpose of entertaining the wealthy, the
commoners created a sport to play in their spare time. The exhibit features over 70, balls, bats,
gloves, uniforms, and games from the 1840s to 1910.
Quilts of the Community
quilt exhibit features 13 quilts from the local community. The Heritage Village quilters, whose hand
sewn quilt is raffled off each December, loaned ten of the quilts. The other three are recent acquisitions to our
collection. These quilts date from the
late 1800s to 2007 and include patterns such as, “Drunkard’s Path”, “Capital
T”, and “Irish Chain”. Other quilts are
contemporary using fabric with candy prints, dolls, and butterflies.