---Seeing is believing in Historic Zoar Village. We hope you’ll make time to visit very soon but, in the meantime, you can explore Zoar virtually.
Did You Know:
The Zoarites gave numbers to 26 of their houses while others, like the Bakery, were known only by name. Why? They used the numbers to help them in dispersing goods like milk, flour and butter. The tin pails used to carry milk were also marked with numbers, making it easy to get the right thing to the right house.
Celebrate the coming of Spring with a traditional German Maifest! New for Zoar’s Bicentennial Celebration, Maifest will include German food and drink, games, make-and-take art projects, self-guided tours of the museum buildings, and a Maypole. The grand opening of the … Read More »
Public, private, and homeschool students will learn about life on the battlefield and the home front during Historic Zoar Village’s Civil War School Day on Friday, September 8. The cost is $4 per student, $6 per parent chaperone, and free … Read More »