Tour the Holmes County jail, hike or horseback ride on the Holmes County Trail and visit the Victorian House Museum in Millersburg, Ohio. The present-day jail and courthouse was built in 1886. It is constructed in white, gray and blue stone from the county quarries.
The trail is the only dual-purpose trail in America. Half of the 12-mile route is paved for pedestrian and bicycle traffic. The other half consists of chipped limestone for horseback riding.
The Victorian House Museum hosts Victorian teas and is open for tours. The house is built in a Queen Anne architectural style. It has 28 rooms of authentic Victorian decorations and furnishings.