Weddings at Roscoe Village

Outdoor seating capacity: 150 - 175

Located beside the Visitor Center is the charming and picturesque Frances B. Montgomery Memorial Garden. This beautiful historic venue, complete with a waterfall and stonework, offers a beautiful backdrop for your wedding or other memorable celebration!

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Your Wedding in the Memorial Garden


Amber + Elle Photography

Seating capacity: 175

The Frances B. Montgomery Memorial Garden was dedicated to honor Mrs. Montgomery and her passion for gardening. From the waterfall to the stonework, many of her favorite plants are featured.


Your Reception in The Lock Landing

Kylie Noelle Photography

Seating capacity: 120

The Lock Landing is the newest addition to the Roscoe Village Foundation Visitor Center. With tables and chairs provided, the room also offers space for banquet tables, live entertainment, disc jockeys and event dancing!

For further information and to schedule your event at Historic Roscoe Village, contact us at 740-622-7644.

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Suggestions For Rentals / Services

Susie Marie Photography

Chair rental:
  • ALL Inclusive Tents & Events (tents, tables, chairs): 740-327-2575
  • Main Events Rental in Zanesville: 877-455-3105
  • Trudy’s Wedding Rental in Sugarcreek: 330-852-3321
Music
  • Mike Bechtol’s Music Service: 740-623-8832
Reception Halls:
  • The Lock Landing (located in the Visitor Center): 740-622-7644
Caterers:
  • The Warehouse Steak n Stein: 740-622-4001
  • Unusual Junction (Chef Bob): 740-545-9772
  • Schumaker Farms: 740-622-8915
  • Shrimplin’s Catering: 740-824-4582
Photography:
  • Amber + Elle Photography, LLC (www.amberandelle.com): 614-949-1573

What Do Our Visitors Say?

What a special place! Start at the visitor center, watch the film about canals and the village. Next get your ticket for the living history exhibits - veterans/active servicemen are free and there are discounts for students, seniors and AAA members. With the ticket, you wear a wristband and can enter the buildings with a living history storyteller. We visited them all, and learned something at every stop. The weaver did a fantastic job explaining the craft and it was interesting to see a blacksmith in action. Print shop, broom maker, schoolhouse and Dr office - all were staffed and the guide shared stories of the people who lived there. Nestled in with the exhibits are some neat shops for antiques, Ohio made items and collectibles. Be sure to catch the canal boat ride - it requires an extra fee, and only runs certain times/days. The boat has a guide, and ours was fantastic! We learned so much about canals and their part in the history of Ohio. This place is a family friendly trip, something all ages can enjoy.