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Schoenbrunn Village Historic Site

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Schoenbrunn Village is managed locally by Dennison Railroad Depot Museum 

Memorial Day - October

 

Sunday:

 

12 - 5 p

 

Tuesday - Saturday:

 

9:30 - 5 p

Special tours from April through October with advanced reservations.

September & October

 

Saturdays:

 

9:30 - 5 p

 

Sundays:

 

12 - 5 p

House Only
OHS Members FREE
Adults $7
Seniors $5
Children (7–17) $4
Children (7 & under) FREE
School Groups (Adults) $5.50
School Groups (Students) $3
School Groups $3

The site has running water, restrooms with limited wheelchair access, and picnic tables, a gift shop and museum. The Visitors Center and Village have limited wheelchair accessibility. Gravel pathways are through the village.

Know Before You Go

Know Before You Go

Key things to do or see when you visit.

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History

History

Explore Shoenbrunn's significance to Ohio History.

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Interesting Facts

Interesting Facts

Learn more about the historic site.

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Links

Immerse yourself in 18th century life on the frontier at the Colonial Trade Fair http://schoenbrunnvillagefair.org/. Visitors to this annual event will be surrounded by re-enactors and natives displaying their trade goods, music, cooking, demonstrations, weaving, games, activities and so much more. October 20 and 21, 2012. 

Schoenbrunn Village is managed by the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum (http://dennisondepot.org/), which is a really fun and interactive place to learn about history. Dennison Museum also operates the Uhrichsville Clay Museum http://www.claymuseum.com/ where you can learn about the clay history in the surrounding region.

Tuscarawas County Visitors Bureau http://traveltusc.com/
Antique shops, quaint restaurants, historical sites, Victorian homes, outdoor activities, Amish Country, seasonal festivals, all are part of what makes Tuscarawas County a wonderful destination. Plan your next day trip, weekend get-away, or family vacation with help from the TCVB.

Trumpet in the Land http://www.trumpetintheland.com/index.php, written by Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Paul Green is an outdoor drama that brings to like the Ohio frontier during the Revolutionary War. It is a thrilling and passionate story of a peaceful people’s influence on the war and the tragic events that encircled the founding of the settlement, Schoenbrunn.

Discover Ohio http://consumer.discoverohio.com/ 
Plan your trip to any locale in Ohio. Statewide event calendar, trip planning guides, frees downloadable literature, plus more. Check out all that New Philadelphia and Tuscarawas County have to offer.