- Our list of the best things to do in Coshocton, Ohio, features the top 50 nearby activities — including 21 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Coshocton, OH has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Amusement, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of Coshocton, OH , followed by 37 popular activities in nearby cities, including Zanesville, Millersburg, Dover, Berlin and Newark
Located in the converted Pennsylvania Railroad Station, the Newark Historical Society Museum features exhibits spanning the whole course of local history, beginning in 1758. The museum also hosts the Newark Historic Hike.
Operated by the Licking County Historical Society, the Sherwood Davidson Museum is a museum dedicated to displaying the history of the local area. The museum is located within a vintage home that dates to around the year 1820.
The Webb House Museum is managed by the local historical society which offers afternoon tours of the turn-of-the-century mansion. The arts and crafts architecture of the house and grounds have been furnished with period-correct fixtures and furnishings.
The Licking County Family YMCA is a member service organization committed to providing community programs and services. The facilities include the Schenk Gym, two multi-purpose courts, the gymnastics center, a 3,400 sq. ft. strength training center, and two pools.
The Pine Tree Barn acts mostly as a store that sells home furniture and items for interior design in addition to the year-round Christmas items. It is even located on a 25,000 acre Christmas tree farm from which trees can be purchased during the winter season.
The Lou & Gib Reese Ice Arena hosts children's camps, learn to skate classes for beginners, hockey leagues and classes, and figure skating classes. The public is also welcome for community events and open skate.
Producing 17 different varieties of wines, Troutman Vineyards is a winery that uses Vidal Blanc, Lemberger, and Cabernet Franc grapes in the wine. The vineyard holds occasional live music performances and wine festivals.
Spanning 1,200 feet and reaching 14-feet high in places, the Great Circle, is an earthen mound built by the Hopewell culture of Native Americans prior to 500 A.D. in Newark. Used as a ceremonial site, the earth mound is a National Historic Landmark.