Olde Main Street Museum
with Dining Theater
1 Days | Year-Round
Starting At $Flexible Pricing
Visit the charming village of Newcomerstown, OH, the former home of Woody Hayes and Cy Young. Start with a visit to the Temperance Tavern Museum then tour the Old Maine Street Museum where you can walk through history in the recreated Main Street featuring 23 storefronts. Following the tour enjoy a delicious meal including local entertainment.
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Travel today with Anderson Coach and travel to the charming village of Newcomerstown, OH. Start with a visit to the Temperance Tavern Museum. The Tavern houses collections of Woody Hayes and Cy Young memorabilia, two nationally famous sports heroes who hailed from Newcomerstown. Military items from the Civil War through the War on Terror are housed at the Tavern. Musical memories from Manuel Yingling, a Newcomerstown native son, accomplished trombonist, conductor and soloist with the John Phillip Sousa band are on display as well as women’s apparel dating from the mid-1800’s to the roaring 1920’s. The Native Americans who located the capital of the Turtle Clan of the Delaware Nation were Newcomerstown now sits are honored through a display of artifacts.
Then visit the Ole Main Street Museum featuring an entire, early 1900s town inside a 1915 building that formerly housed a Ford dealership and the Herco Factory. In 2009, the 23 storefronts opened to rave revues. Visitors can stop by the Miskimen Hardware Store, later known as the Eureka, which remains in business today; the village newspaper, formerly the Newcomerstown Eye and its old but still functional printing press; the old-time soda shop; town jail; shoe repair shop; fire department; the popular Baltimore Clothing Store and the Sam Douglas Saloon, which was literally axed by Carrie Nation during her temperance campaign.
Included with your visit to the Old Main Street Museum is the Dining Theater where you enjoy dining on Main Street in the center of the Museum. Entertainment options include:
- Vane Scott’s “Many Faces of Old Glory,” available for Lunch or Dinner. Discover the history of the American Revolution using over 20 important historical flags. Combining humor with historical facts and performed to a musical score written specifically for this show, you will be delighted by this unique, patriotic experience.
- The Chestnut Hill Band, available for Lunch or Dinner. This band features traditional and gospel bluegrass and Main Street is transformed into a country Western setting. Enjoy the sounds of bluegrass while you dine. Join in and Sing along!
- The Mugicians, available for Dinner. The Mugicians bring a unique blend of music, magic and comedy for a modern vaudeville experience. Musial stylings include Native American flutes, violin, and percussion.
- King of Rock n Roll available for Dinner. You’ll be dancing down a 50s and 60s themed Main Street as Elvis sings his greatest hits! Bob Casterline brings the Elvis to life with this music filled show full of his greatest hits including “Love Me Tender” and “Blue Suede Shoes.”