Included in the National Register of Historic Places, Hotel Millersburg was built in 1847, on the edge of what was then the western frontier. Hotel guests and dignitaries passed through town on wagon or steam locomotive, and progress brought Victorian mansions and industry such as beautiful glass making to the thriving Midwest!
We have coordinated visits with the Age of Steam Roundhouse in Sugarcreek, Ohio, the Victorian Mansion museum and Millersburg Glass museum in Millersburg, the David Warther Carved Ship Museum, Sugarcreek and The Ernest ‘Mooney’ Warther Train Carvings Museum/Warther Cutlery, Dover, join us for a 3 day adventure to explore the historic past of the region, with the agenda including:
The cost is only $129 per person or $89 per child aged 5-13* and includes:
Hotel room rates will be discounted 10% and are reserved and paid for separately.
*Because the Age of Steam Roundhouse is a working locomotive museum,
children under the age of 5 are not able to tour the Roundhouse.