Sauder Village
22611 St. Rt. 2
Archbold, Ohio 43502
In Northwest Ohio

1-800-590-9755


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As a destination of choice, Sauder Village offers guests experiences rich in history, hospitality, creativity & fun.
 

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Due to the significant flooding in Archbold on June 27, the Quilt Shop and Museum Collections Building sustained damage, The Museum Collections Building will be closed temporarily.
The Quilt Shop reopened on Monday, July 27.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

The Historic Village is Open - Come & Have Fun in the Past!


Historic Village is Now Open Join in the Fun for All Ages Historic Village Closed MOndays, (except Holidays)

Basket Making Workshops - August 5-7

Rug Hooking Exhibition - August 12-15

Barbershop Sing - August 22

Celebrate labor Day Weekend with Us!

Barn Restaurant - Try the delicious Labor Day Brunch

Defiance County & Paulding County Community Appreciation Day - Sept. 5

Home School Appreciation Days - Sept. 8-12 & 15-19
 

Fiber Arts Fest - 2015 info

Sauder Village Classes - New Class Schedule - Chair Caning, Quilting, Sewing, Glass Blowing, Soap Making, Tea, Knitting, Tatting, Cooking, Tinning

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Blue Star  Museums - free admission for all active duty military personnel & their families May 25 - Sept 7 Heritage Inn - Getaway Package Campground - Now Open
Sauder Village period costumed jr. historians with kids washing windows

There's no time like the present to have...
FUN in the PAST!

Think history is dull? Then you haven't experienced history at Sauder Village. Visit with costumed guides about how families lived over 100 years ago. Marvel at craftsmen blending skill and creativity in glass, metals, fabric, wood and clay. Enjoy scrumptious homemade goodies and the warmth of genuine, old-fashioned hospitality. In a word, experiencing the past at Sauder Village is just plain fun for every member of the family!

Sauder Village period costumed jr. historian with boys making rope
 

 

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