Hocking Hills Entertainment
From Outdoor Drama's to Art Galleries to Scenic Railway Rides Hocking Hills has many form of Entertainment available.
On the forested slopes of Sugarloaf Mountain early Ohio history lives again. It is the time of flintlock and tomahawk...of broken lives and broken treaties... It is a time of love and peace...of hatred and war. It is the Ohio country of the early 1800's. It is the epic outdoor historical drama, TECUMSEH!
Unique experiences featuring Made in Ohio art work, creative work classes, craft classes in downtown Logan, Ohio. Come, relax and enjoy being touched by art.
Hocking Valley Scenic Railway - Take a leisurely train ride through the Hocking Hills in a historic train. Trains depart Saturday and Sunday from the Nelsonville Depot on U.S. Route 33 and Hocking Parkway, next to Rocky Gear. All regular trains (Memorial Day weekend- October) make a 30-minute stop at a pioneer log village. Special trains include Easter, Robbery, Fireworks Shuttle, Santa and New Year's Eve.
Built in 1831 and nestled in a historic neighborhood in Logan in the Hocking Hills of Ohio, The Bowen House is a nonprofit community center for the cultural arts and special events. It regularly offers the following programs: a monthly art exhibit and literary evening, and semi-monthly musical events.