Historic Zoar Village

Historic Zoar Village was founded by German Separatists in 1817 and thrived as a communal settlement for more than 80 years. Today, the village is home to approximately 75 families living in houses built from 1817 to present. Zoar’s historical district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was recently named a National Historic Landmark District Dozens of village structures have been painstakingly preserved through the collaborative efforts of the Zoar Community Association and the Ohio Historical Society.

The Zoar Community Associatin also operates Fort Laurens, the site of Ohio's Only Revolutionary War fort. 

Historic Zoar Village was founded by German Separatists in 1817 and thrived as a communal settlement for more than 80 years. Today, the village is home to approximately 75 families living in houses built from 1817 to present. Zoar’s historical district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was recently named a National Historic Landmark District Dozens of village structures have been painstakingly preserved through the collaborative efforts of the Zoar Community Association and the Ohio Historical Society.

The Zoar Community Associatin also operates Fort Laurens, the site of Ohio's Only Revolutionary War fort. 

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