If it's heritage that sparks your interest, we have two of the finest rural museums in Ohio. The Knox County Agricultural Museum is a one-of-a-kind and Knox County Historical Museum where you can see the authentic memorabilia of composer Dan Emmett and comedian Paul Lynde. MORE
Today, the Woodward Opera House, America's Oldest Authentic 19th Century Theater, is being restored to its 19th century appearance but with al the 21st century amenities required for operating a theater. Tours of the Woodward Opera House are available during special downtown events. MORE
Parks & Trails
If you just want to take a walk, take a hike on our Kokosing Gap Trail and the Mohican Valley Trail which were built on former railroad beds. If you like to camp or canoe, just up the road is our great Mohican and Kokosing areas, with ample campgrounds and canoeing on some of the greatest easy-water rivers in the Midwest. MORE
The holiday season in Mount Vernon is filled with many activities for the family. On the weekend after Thanksgiving, Mount Vernon celebrates the start of the Christmas season with its annual Christmas Walk and Parade. MORE
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Where else can you go to find brick streets, historic homes, recreational trails, camping, elegant bed and breakfast inns, and stunning College campuses—all within reach of your home. You will be delighted when you come to our area to visit, whether it is for business or pleasure.Thank you for your interest in Knox County. If the Knox County Convention & Visitors Bureau can assist you in your travel plans, please contact us. Also, please come back and visit our updated website for current tourism information for our delightful community.
|Sunday October 19, 2014|
Upcoming events include:
|21||Knox County BUCKEYE SPIRIT EVENT|
|22||Brown Bag Chat-What Doesn't Kill You...The Vampire World of Author T. Michelle Nelson|
|22||Knox Reads 2014 book discussion, State of Wonder by Ann Patchett|
|24||Mount Vernon Players Presents: The Drowsy Chaperone - 7:30pm|
|25||Son of Mud Man|
|25||Kenyon Review Literary Festival|
|25||Maple Grove Cemetery Walking Tour|
|25||Third Annual Halloween Movie Marathon|
|25||Mount Vernon Players Presents: The Drowsy Chaperone - 2:00pm|
|25||Mount Vernon Players Presents: The Drowsy Chaperone - 7:30pm|
|26||Son of Mud Man|
|Click here for more information about these and other Knox County Events.|