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The Heritage Village Museum is an open air museum which depicts the lifestyle and culture of rural living in Southwestern Ohio during the 19th century. The collection of buildings, equipment and other artifacts came from different parts of Cincinnati, Ohio. All these items were collected to build a heritage site that will preserve the culture and history of Southwest Ohio. The village is located at Sharonville, Ohio.

One structure in the Heritage Village is the Hayner House. It is a Greek-style house which houses a gift shop, an exhibition space, a ballroom hall, and several office spaces. The model of 1818 farm house is also display in the museum. It is called the Elk Lick. The Benedict Cottage is also included in the exhibits. This cottage depicts the home of African American during 1870s. The 1820s Vorhes House has also included in the Heritage Village. This house model was believed to be the Federal farmhouse style during 1820s.

One of the oldest models in of the century is the Kemper Log House, which literally a log house in early 19th century. A damaged Somerset Church was also restored to be part of the museum. Its appearance was patterned to its original structure way back 1829. On the other hand, the Langdon Medical Office features post-Civil War medical practices in the Southwest Ohio while the Batch Barn displays historical farm equipment and tools.

The Heritage Village is home to two baseball teams in Ohio. These are the 1869 Red Stockings and The Cincinnati Buckeyes. The museum releases schedules of the game and are open to the public for free.
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