Admission to Sauder Village is $20/adult, $18/senior, $14/child ages 6-16 (Age 5 and younger are free).
- Hours vary by season and day of the week. Currently open Wednesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm.
- Location: (Map It) 22611 St. Rte. 2 in Archbold, Ohio
- Phone: 800-590-9755 or 419-446-2541
- Web: saudervillage.org
Historic Sauder Village is a living history museum and farm in Archbold, Ohio. It provides a chance to travel back in time to see how settlers lived in northwest Ohio from 1803 until 1910. Sauder Village is a non-profit living history museum and educational complex with more than 40 buildings showing rural life in Ohio during the 19th century. Visit with costumed interpreters and watch artisans demonstrate glass blowing, pottery, spinning, weaving, broom making, woodworking, basket making, printing, and quilting. On-site is the Doughbox Bakery which offers various cookies, apple dumplings, and fritters along with delectable pies, bread, and pre-mixed cookie dough. The Barn Restaurant is open year-round Monday through Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and a Sunday Buffet, from 11:00 to 2:00 p.m. The restaurant hosts many special holiday events that accompany the delicious home-cooked food. The beautiful Sauder Heritage Inn has 98 guest rooms, an indoor pool with waterfall, game and exercise rooms, a 25-foot tall “Great Oak Tree” with gathering space underneath, complimentary breakfast, and more. The Village also has an 87-site Campground with Splash Pad, fishing, bike trail, playground, and other great amenities. Sauder Village is a destination that all ages will enjoy!