Winesburg, Ohio

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Winesburg, Ohio

This town is not only a famous work of literature by Chicago writer Sherwood Anderson, but Holmes County’s
Winesburg, Ohio is a quaint little village named after Weinsberg, Germany.  The town was founded in the
early 19th century and had the spelling of its name changed by postal authorities in 1833.  The town has a
charming downtown with antique shops, stores and restaurants.  Below is a video tour of Winesburg, Ohio:
Winesburg, Ohio features turn-of-the-century  houses and farms, seeming lost in time.  Winesburg is a must
see village within Ohio Amish country, and is filled with quaint shops offering items from local merchants and
craftsmen.  The beautiful, small town scene that is
Winesburg, Ohio, is worth the visit alone.

Winesburg is located in
Holmes County, Ohio and route 62 runs right through town central.  Unlike the 1919,
fictional book, Winesburg is a real happy small town full of proud people and merchants.  The following are
some of the shops and stops we recommend:

Shops in Winesburg, Ohio:
Winesburg Craft House - Concrete statuary, small furniture, flags, windmills and more. Located at 2081 US 62,
Winesburg, Ohio.

Whitmer's General Store - Handmade Amish baskets, bulk foods, meats, cheeses, hardware, groceries, dry
goods and home to Winesburg Pizza.  Located in Winesburg - can't miss it!

Eagle Song Studio - Handcarved mantles, garden sculpture & bronze sculpture.  Located at 2175 CR 160,
Winesburg, Ohio.

Winesburg Furniture Gallery - Dining room furniture, tables, chairs, bedroom furniture.  Store located at 2088
US 62, Winesburg, Ohio.

Winesburg Antique Mall - Glass, china, pottery, old toys, furniture, collectibles & more in downtown Winesburg.

Gateway Gallery - Featuring local artists and pottery.  Relax in their tea room at 2169 US 62, Winesburg, Ohio.

Miller Hardware - TR 661, one mile east of Winesburg.  Paint, brick, plumbing & hardware.

Trinity Leather - Custom handmade leather products in downtown Winesburg, including chaps, vets,
moccasins, pillows in buffalo, moose, elk, deer and cow hides.  Cards & coffee also offered.

Wendell August - Unique hand hammered metal forgery just 3 miles east of Winesburg, Ohio on US 62.

Miller's Hickory Rockers - 2196 US 62, Winesburg, Ohio.  Lawn furniture, hickory furniture & crafts offered.

Winesburg Carriage - Horses & ponies of all kinds, carriages, sleighs, harnesses, a museum & tours.  Located
on CR 160, Winesburg, Ohio.

Four Corners Furniture - Heirloom & dining furniture, just 3 miles SW of Winesburg, off US 62, 1 mile N on TR
652.

The Time & Treasure Trove - Quality gifts and clocks for the heart and home.  Located inside The Grapevine
House in the center of Winesburg.

Lodging in Winesburg, Ohio:
Amish Country Campsite - 1930 US 62, Winesburg, Ohio.  330-359-5226

Troyer's Country Inn - 1/2 mile from Winesburg at 1812 US 62.  King size beds, breakfast, jacuzzis...

The Grapevine House - Bed & breakfast in Winesburg, Ohio. 330-359-7922

Food & Restaurants:
Winesburg Meats - Hickory smoked meats since 1959.  Located in Winesburg on US 62.

Winesburg Pizza - Located in Whitmer's General Store in downtown Winesburg, Ohio.

Winesburg Family Restaurant - Quaint, home cooking in downtown Winesburg on US 62.  Think chicken, rolls
& pie!  This is a great place to eat and visitors, as well as locals to Winesburg, will seek this restaurant out.  
Left:
An interactive map of
terrain and roadways
in and around
Winesburg, Ohio.