Visit Ohio as seen through the eyes of its first settlers
First settled in 1772 by Moravian Missionary, David Zeisberger, Schoenbrunn (or "Beautiful Spring" in German) has become the window into our states past. Schoenbrunn Village grew to include over sixty dwellings and 300 Delaware Native Americans and Moravian missionaries. These residents drew up Ohio's first civil code and built its first Christian church and schoolhouse.
Today, the recreated village and museum share the same perspective of where Indian and European cultures meet in peace, but are influenced to flee by forces beyond their control around the world. In addition to cabins, school and church; visitors can explore God's Acre, the original Village cemetery; the museum and the theater. A gift shop, park and beautiful picnic area are also on site.
Hours of Operation:
Memorial Day- Labor Day Tuesday-Saturday: 9:30AM-5:00PM
The Village, Museum and Gift Shop are closed on Mondays and will be closed on July 4th.
Admission Prices: $7 for Adults, $5 for Seniors (55+), $4 for Children (7-17) and Under 7 are Free.
For more information please call the Dennison Depot 740-922-6776. Or email Holly Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.