For all you Fenton Lovers- Lilly’s Corner Mall has a very large collection of Fenton Glass for sale. Check us out at 105 S. Main Street- Waynesville, Ohio FENTON HISTORY Turning Glass into Fine Art Since 1905 Fenton Art Glass Company is the largest manufacturer of handmade colored glass in the United States today and among… Read More
It’s time to be thinking about things to do when the weather breaks! Waynesville is anxious to announce our Second Saturday Street Faire event dates for 2018. We are excited, once again, to fill the street with artists, artisans and musicians. Waynesville has an active interest in supporting all areas of the arts… Read More
. Kick off the holiday season this year by joining us in Downtown Waynesville for Hearth Warming Holidays. Discover that unique gift….shop for fabulous decorating ideas….and join us for the festivities in over 50 shops, galleries and restaurants. Our specialty shops are fully stocked with the newest in exciting holiday merchandise, the antique stores are… Read More
Charles Whitfield House. Dr. Charles Whitfield was a medical doctor who ran a private practice from his home. In the 1980s, a couple from Columbus bought the home. Not long after living there, they put up a white sheet to give themselves some privacy from the construction that was going on outside at the time.… Read More
The Hammel House Inn is regarded as one of the most haunted buildings in Waynesville. Since Waynesville is the most haunted city in Ohio, that makes the Hammel House one the most haunted buildings in all of Ohio. We know of at least four ghosts which reside in the Hammel House. The Hammel House used… Read More
Make plans to attend Waynesville’s Second Saturday Street Faire on Saturday, August 13, 2016. There will be artisans and crafters displaying and selling their works, a free book swap (bring a book, take a book), costumed docents from Pioneer Village, and a ghost dinner and tour at 5:30 (reservations required – call 513-897-3779).
Sometimes as I walk along the Streets of Waynesville, Ohio I can’t help but overhear the conversations of the people strolling the sidewalks. It is fun to hear them mention which shops they love or can’t miss visiting before leaving town. Sometimes they can’t wait to show their friends the treasure they just purchased and pull an item… Read More