What to Do - Attractions
CLEO REDD FISHER MUSEUM
The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum features the history of the greater-Mohican Area, with exhibits on early Indian tribes in the region, pioneer lifestyle, famed local gunsmith Peter Reinhard, prolific inventor Charles Kettering, the Flxible Side Car and Bus Company, local industries, athletics, recreation, military, and much more. Highlights include an animated mechanical village, horse-drawn hearse, rare player-piano-organ, and the world's oldest motorcycle sidecar.
For more information call 419-994-4050
HAYESVILLE OPERA HOUSE
An historic landmark found in Hayesville, Ohio. The opera house remains as one of the few examples of an American theater built in 1886.
For more information call 567-203-3231 or visit userpages.bright.net/~opera/hayesville
LOUDONVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Flxible bus replica, local history/geneology room, free wireless/internet access, books, movies, periodicals and programs available for all ages.
For more information call 419-994-5531 or visit www.loudonvillelibrary.org
THE OHIO THEATRE
The purpose of this organization is to restore the historic 1909 Ohio Theatre and to provide both recreational and cultural activities to the Village of Loudonville, the tourists and the surrounding communities.
For more information call 419-994-3750 or visit www.TheOhioTheatre.com
WOLF CREEK GRIST MILL
Tour 1831 operating grist mill. An historic village in the making. See six re-constructed 1800s log cabins. Special events - Pioneer Days, Wine Festival, Oktoberfest. Open most weekends noon to 5pm Spring to Fall.
For more information call 419-668-2497 or visit www.wolfcreekmill.org
KNOX COUNTY CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU
The Knox County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) is located at 107 South Main Street in downtown Mount Vernon.
For more information call 740-392-6102 or visit www.visitknoxohio.org
Open year-round, except for deer hunting season. Native woodland, planted hardwood, agricultural land with 6 miles of hiking trails.
For more information call 740-392-2941
RICHLAND CARROUSEL PARK & GIFT SHOP
The carrousel is the first hand-carved carrousel to be built and operated in the United States since the 1930’s. Located in the heart of downtown Mansfield, this park has become a centerpiece. The horse in front of each of the chariots swivel, and the chariot seat flips up to accommodate a wheelchair.
For more information call 419-522-4223 or visit www.richlandcarrousel.com