Arts, Artifacts & Antiques
|The following is a list of attractions and establishments in Wayne County. Refer to the key on the right for amenity symbol explanations.|
Curious FareP.O. Box 24, 128 E. Main St., Smithville, 44677
Visit Curious Fare on Facebook Hrs. W-F 11am-5pm; Sa 11am-4pm; Su-Tu by chance. Closed Feb.
Gallery in the Vault105 E. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster, 44691
Indulge your artistic appetites... fine arts, creative gifts, ceramics, art glass, original wall art, jewelry, custom framing, and antiques. Over 500 artists. Hrs. Tu-Sa 10am-5:30pm Call for Summer hours.
Harbor Hill Heirlooms503 E. Liberty St. Suite C, Wooster, 44691
Hrs Tu-Sa 10am-5pm
Just Enough Antiques, Primitives & American Arts134 W. Main St., Smithville, 44677
Hrs. Closed Mondays; Tu-Sa 10am-5pm; Su 1-5pm; See us on Facebook; Closed Holidays.
Ken Miller Supply Oil, Gas, Car, Truck & Ag Museum7920 Shreve Road (St. Rt.226) Shreve, 44676
Hosted by County Line Historical Society of Wayne & Holmes Counties on the second Saturday of each month, noon-3pm or by apointment.
Kister Water Mill c. 18163596 Kister Rd., Wooster, 44691
Visit us on Facebook! Hrs. May-Sept. Tours by appointment.
The Ohio Light Opera
The Ohio Light Opera, Resident Professional Company of The College of Wooster, Freedlander Theatre, 329 East University St., Wooster, 44691|
Resident Professional Company of The College of Wooster, Freedlander Theatre, 329 East University St., Wooster, 44691 330-263-2345 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for schedule and to purchase tickets. Purchase tickets online at www.ohiolightopera.org. The Ohio Light Opera is a world renowned lyric theater company, celebrating its 37th season in 2015. Individual/Group/Subscription Prices: $44-$52 with children at $10 and students at $20. Box office opens Jan. 7, 2015.Performances run from June 13-Aug. 8.
Rose & Thistle Antiques27 Front St. (St. Rt. 83), PO Box 178, Burbank, 44214
Hrs. F, Sa 11am-5pm; Su 11am-4pm; January and February by chance.
Smithville Community Historical Society381 E. Main St., PO Box 12, Smithville, 44677
Visit Pioneer Village of the 1800’s at town center. Working Mishler Weaving Mill, Gift Shop, Model-T Museum, Reception Center, 381 E. Main St. Donations accepted. Hours: Mishler Weaving Mill (open year round), every Wed., 1:30-4pm: Pioneer Village open Sun. May 17; Sat., June 20; Sun. July 19; Sat. Aug 15; Sun. Sept 20; Sat. Oct 17. 1:30-4pm Christmas in the Village Sat. Dec.6, 6-8:30pm., Sun. Dec 7, 1:30-4pm. Groups welcome by appointment.
Toy & Hobby Museum531 Hostetler Rd., Orrville, 44667
330-683-8697 or 330-683-5951
Toy trucks, miniature farm and equipment, pencils, S&P shakers, pedal tractors and more. Admission. Hrs. by chance or by appointment.
Uptown/Downtown Antiques/Collectibles215 W. Liberty St., Downtown Wooster, 44691
Hrs. M-Sa 10am-6pm; Su noon-5pm Closed major holidays.
Walnut Street Antiques132 N. Walnut St., Downtown Wooster, 44691
Hrs. Tu-Sa 10am-6pm; Su call for hours
Wayne Center for the Arts
237 S. Walnut St., Wooster, 44691|
FACILITY USE: Community Art Center. Wayne Center for the Arts is the area's oldest and most comprehensive visual and performing arts organization. For more than 40 years the Center has made art and art education available to the citizens of Wooster and Wayne County.
FACILITY SPECIFICATIONS: Ballet, art and music studios, classrooms, kitchen, auditorium seating 200 theatre style, 2 galleries
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The Wayne Center for the Arts sponsors and co-sponsors a variety of special events that make our community rich in art experiences for all ages. Hrs. M-Th 11am-9pm; F 9am-7pm; Sa 9am-2pm
Wayne County Historical Society546 E. Bowman Street, Wooster, 44691
Refer to the website for hours and tour information.