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What You'll Get
Like a broken record or the flying toasters that appear whenever the universe stands still for too long, history repeats itself. Revel in repetition with this Groupon.
$9 for Living-History Tour for Two (Up to $19.90 Value)
During "Civil War: On the Home Front" tours, historic explorers wander through Historic Roscoe Village with or without a guide as they learn about the 1830s canal town, speak with costumed artisans, and visit the authentic shops. See the tour page for the seasonably variable dates and times tours are available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 21, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 6 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 6/15/12. Valid only for Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays 6/15-10/21. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Historic Roscoe Village
The canals of Roscoe Village came swiftly to an end. In 1913, the bustling canals that serviced the small port town burst under the weight of a flood. Afterward, due to the extent of the damage and the increasing use of railroads and trains for shipping, its residents decided that the devastation wasn’t worth the repair. They packed up and left Roscoe Village for time and antiquing bears to tear apart.
In the 1960s, Edward and Frances Montgomery rediscovered the dilapidated village. They remembered it in its glory, and, anxious to give back to the community they had called home for so many years, put forth the funds to restore it to the leisurely grace it embodied in the 1830s. Now, the historic buildings are again bustling, but with artisans performing age-old trades such as broom making, blacksmithing, and avoiding scurvy. Guides further divulge historical tidbits as tour groups stroll through the village, which features dining, lodging, and shops full of handcrafted souvenirs, homemade fudge, candy, and jam. Roscoe Village also sets an old-timey backdrop for yearly festivals that include craft fairs and fundraisers.