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Wayne County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Wayne County is located on Rt. 30 between Mansfield and Canton. Cities include Wooster, Orrville, Smithville, Kidron, Dalton, Apple Creek, Shreve and Rittman. Attractions include Lehman's, Everything Rubbermaid, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center,(home of the Secrest Arboretum)

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Wayne County Historical Society

Visit displays that depict Wayne County'

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Ramseyer Farms

The Ramseyer family has farmed in the heart of Wayne County for over 100 years.  They now open their farm so visitors of all ages can enjoy learning about farm life and relax in a rural setting.  Spark your interest in Ohio's history in one fun day while exploring our Ohio Maze.&#

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"HERITAGE LOFT" at Pine Tree

Past the creaking, weathered heart-pine floors of the restored c.1868 bank barn, you are greeted by an old wooden staircase leading to what was, in days long past, the barn's original hayloft. Ascending this staircase, the hand-pegged beams and hand-hewn timbers whisper of 

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"PINE TREE BARN" and FARMS

Pine Tree Barn, is a historical landmark built in 1868.  We restored the Dutch bank barn into a 25,000 foot gift shop, a home furnishing and design studio, and a gourmet luncheon restaurant. 

Fine Luncheon Cuisine in The Granary.  Enjoy  

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Carlisle Inn Walnut Creek

The Carlisle Inn gracefully stretches out atop the gently sloping ridge that leads into the village of Walnut Creek, affordin...

Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum

Located in historic Roscoe Village, the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is a general interest museum with five galleries. Major ...

Historic Schoenbrunn Village

The Moravian church founded Schoenbrunn in 1772 as a mission to the Delaware Indians. At it's peak, Schoenbrunn included mor...

Fort Laurens - Ohio Historical Society

Fort Laurens was built by American Continental Army troops in November 1778 in order to chastise the Ohio Indians who were si...