Heritage Village Museum

Experience the rural simplicity of small town life
as it was in Ohio during the 1800’s.

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Hours of Operation: October through April

Open for outside self-guided tours only.
Visitors will receive a booklet with information about the buildings in the village.

Wednesday through Friday: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Adults: $3, Children 5-11 $1, Children under 4 and members are free

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Hours of Operation: May through September

Open for scheduled guided tours of the buildings.

Wednesday through Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Adults: $5, Children 5-11 $3, Children under four and members are free.

Our Guided Tour

Watch history come alive at Heritage Village Museum. Our Guided tours and self guided tours are currently open.

Our Location

11450 Lebanon Road
(Route 42)
Sharonville, Ohio 45241

Parking

Heritage Village Museum is located inside Sharon Woods Park. A Hamilton County GreatParks parking pass may be required. (They may be purchased at the park gate. They offer both a year-long sticker option and a one-day option. You can find details on their website: http://www.greatparks.org/shop/motor-vehicle-permit/annual-motor-vehicle-permit )

The village is located behind Sharon Center. There is plenty of parking in the Sharon Center lot.

Coming Events

May 3-September 30
We are open for exhibits,
guided tours and
self-guided tours (outside only).

See all of our Events Here

Where History Comes Alive

Who We Are

Heritage Village Museum & Educational Center is owned and operated by Historic Southwest Ohio, Inc. a non-profit 501c (3) organization. Although we are located inside Sharon Woods Park, we are not affiliated with Great Parks of Hamilton County. No tax dollars are used to fund the facilities, staff or operations. Heritage Village Museum & Educational Center is supported entirely by visitors, grants and donations.

Volunteers and staff provide guided tours, supervise the gift shop, coordinate special events, demonstrate traditional crafts and cooking and present educational programs for over 15,000 guests each year. It is through the generous donation of time by our board and volunteers that we are able to continue providing quality educational and historical programs and events.

What We Do

Heritage Village Museum is a collection of historic 19th century buildings moved from locations around Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky to save them from destruction. Elk Lick House was the first building brought here, opening in 1971. Ten more historic buildings and two new structures have been added over time for a village of thirteen buildings.

We are dedicated not just to preserving these buildings, but to sharing the stories of the people who lived here. We bring to life the history of our region and the people who settled it, connecting visitors with our heritage. We serve thousands of school children and visitors every year with programs, tours and events that engage the imagination and enrich their understanding of the past. Your admission fees and donations help support our continuing efforts.

Self-guided Audio Tour

Visit the Village for our outside-only self-guided tour.