A great weekend town to visit in the Fall is Millersburg, Ohio. Millersburg is located near very neat Amish towns in Ohio. Two of those towns are Sugar Creek and Walnut Creek. Millersburg, Ohio is the county seat of Holmes County. It is approximately thirty miles from Wooster, Ohio.
Millersburg, Ohio was started by Adam Johnson and Charles Miller according to www.millersburgohio.com. By 1880, there were 1,814 people who lived in Millersburg, Ohio according to www.wikipedia.org.
If the readers of this article enjoy looking at antiques, Millersburg is the place to visit. Downtown Millersburg is heavily populated with antique shops. Some of the cool antique shops are: 55 West and Company; Antique Emporium and Starlight Antiques.
The Millersburg Glass Museum also located near downtown Millersburg features John Fenton glassware.
There are two Bed and Breakfasts in Millersburg. They are Bingham House Bed and Breakfast and Shaker House.
One upcoming even in Millersburg, Ohio is the Holmes County Antique Festival which is October 9th and 10th. For those that are looking for something to do for Halloween, Millersburg has a Ghost Walk on October 30th.
Millersburg also has a couple places listed on the National Register of Historic Places. One is the Victorian House.
Millersburg, Ohio lies in the beautiful hills of Ohio and gives people a great opportunity to view the beautiful fall foilage in Ohio.