Experience Sugarcreek Ohio Attractions
The following Sugarcreek Ohio attractions are listed in alphabetical order according to category.
Some of these establishments are open seasonally. Some of the attractions in Sugarcreek are individually or family owned. Information and names may change without our knowledge. Most of them are not open on Sundays.
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Sugarcreek Area Attractions
Alpine Hills Historical Museum
Three floors with 7000 sq. ft. open to visitors, displays depict the early days of the community with its Amish and Swiss heritage, audio-visual presentations, Tourist Information Center in lobby, mini-theatre with 10 minute presentation on Amish way of life, making cheese, and area industries, open April-November, Monday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. (July-September 9 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.)106 West Main Street, 1-888-609-7592.
The Amish newspaper, published in Sugarcreek since 1890, National Edition serves Mennonite and Amish communities nationwide, published Wednesdays, Local Edition serves Tuscarawas & Holmes Counties, 134 Factory Street, 330-852-4634.
Cabin Creek Golf
Two 18-hole miniature golf courses, sheltered driving range, batting cages, shuffleboard, sand volleyball, 1361 CR 108, 330-852-4879.
The John S. Yoder Home
Authentic Amish home built in 1869, open to the public Friday & Saturday 12:00 - 5:30 pm May - October, other tours by appointment, buses, churches and school groups welcome, 115 Andreas Drive, 330-852-4644.
Ohio Star Theater
Live theater at Dutch Valley Restaurant in Sugarcreek, featuring live broad-style performances, Old Route 39, 330-852-2586. Closed Sundays.
Willandale Golf Course
A 27 hole public golf course, walk or ride, clubhouse/restaurant, fully stocked pro shop, driving range, PGA Golf Pro on staff, 2870 Winklepeck Road, 330-852-4395.
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