Admission to the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is $4/adult, $3/child (younger than 6 is free), $11/family ticket.
- Open: May – October: Noon – 5 p.m. daily; Nov. – April: 1p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tues – Sun. (Closed major holidays)
- Location: (Map It) 300 North Whitewoman Street in Coshocton, Ohio 43812 (Located in Historic Roscoe Village)
- Phone: 740-622-8710
- Web: http://www.jhmuseum.org/
The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is a nationally accredited museum. It will dispel any notions of a “small town” museum as you behold their remarkable collections. Four of their galleries house permanent displays of American Indian (pre-historic Tools and Points and one of the finest collections of Indian basketry in the US), Historic Ohio, Euro-American Decorative Arts(Textiles, lacework, porcelain, glassware, sculpture, china and dolls) and Asian (Chinese and Japanese artifacts, lacquer, jade, theater masks and Samurai armor and swords). A fifth gallery offers temporary exhibits from fine art and craft to local history and world culture.
Visitors travel from all parts of the world to the JHM to see their collections of national significance, including its Chinese lacquer ware, carvings and ceramics, and its American Indian basketry and beadwork. The museum is also well known for its collection of Ohio prehistoric Indian points and tools. A popular exhibit is the Newark Holy Stones which are controversial artifacts that were uncovered in prehistoric Indian Mounds in the 1860s that are inscribed in Hebrew.
JHM is handicapped accessible and also offers a gift shop offers collection-related books, fine craft, jewelry and decorative items.