Historical Attractions

Sauder Village Archbold

Where is it at?

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Sauder Village
22611 St. Rt. 2
Archbold
OH
43502
Tel: 1 800 590 9755

Directions

Located 5 miles south off Ohio Turnpike Exit 25

Where are we going today?

At Sauder Village you'll chat with costumed guides about how families lived over 100 years ago. You'll marvel at craftsmen blending skill and creativity in glass, metals, fabric, wood and clay. Try various hands-on activities or visit during one of our many special events like Explore the Crafts, Doll Show and Sale, Dairy Days, Apple Butter Making Week, Quilt Show and more! Make your trip a family get-away and stay at our Sauder Heritage Inn. Have fun playing in the indoor pool, relax under the Great Oak Tree, play family-friendly games like air hockey in the game room, visit with friends in the timber-framed lobby, and enjoy the many refreshment options.

And for our campers, Sauder Village offers a 37 site camping facility.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$15
  • Children$8
  • Free Under: 5 years.
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Opens in date clusters, varying seasonally: definitely one to plan in advance!

Teachers corner

Online you'll find information on field trips, suggested activities, and connections to Ohio Social Studies Content Standards, and more..

I'm Hungry!

Barn Restaurant featuring homestyle meals (menu and buffet options available). Doughbox Bakery featuring homemade goodies such as rolls, bread, pies and cookies..

Any Top Tips?

Allow 3 to 4 hours to visit in the Historic Village. There are plenty of shopping opportunities in our craft and retail shops. With large restroom, paved walks and plenty of benches throughout, the living-history village is very group friendly. .

Can I get one of those?

Lots of unique shopping in the Village Gift Shop, Herb Shop, General Store, and Village Trader. Also located on our complex, the Sauder Store & Outlet featuring Sauder ready-to-assemble furniture..

What people are saying?

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    Sauder's is a small campground, but we really like it. Campers get free access to the pool and hot tub in the Inn which is very nice. The Barn restaurant is only a few hundred feet away and has a great buffet. Then of course their is Sauder's Village adjacent to the camp. They have packages available which make the visit to both very affordable.

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    Very nice place. Make sure you can devote a few hours if you go there. There are lots of shops and they host events constantly.

    Make sure to check out the herb shop if you like Tea

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    When I was there it was filled with people. And those people had so much joy to be there and I was one of the joyful people. My mom got stuff for a low price. I can't wait to go there again. I hope its like it was when I was there. Me so happy when there

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    Was a great time. Was very reasonable on price. We went on sunday kids 16 and under are free. Alot to do if you want to learn alot about the past. The actors were very well verse for the time. It cost for 3 adults and 3 kids less then $40. We spent the day glass blowing was very cool. Would go back anytime. Very friendly ppl. Thank you.

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