Historic Olde Pickerington Village is situated within the city of Pickerington, approximately 4 miles south of I-70 on State Route 256. The area, platted by Abraham Pickering in 1815, still retains its original charm and beauty.
Former Village homes have been transformed into unique retail shops, beauty salons, studios, eateries as well as professional offices.
The focal point of the Olde Village is the former Carnegie Library, now operating as the Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Society Museum.
Olde Pickerington Village is surrounded by Victory and Sycamore Creek Parks which provide for a wide range of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, skateboarding, soccer, tennis and picnicking.
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First Thursdays: Shop, Eat, Repeat.
Olde Pickerington/Downtown retail stores and restaurants open Thursday evenings. Information at 614-524-6394.
Saturdays 10am-3pm: Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Museum Open House, 15 E Columbus Street. FREE Admission. Click here for more information.
Now through Sept 25th, 4-7pm: An expanded Olde Pickerington Farmers' Market enjoys its 2014 season with more than two dozen vendors. Market site and parking located at 89 N Center St (corner of North Center Street and Town Square Drive). For details and a list of vendors, click on Farmers' Market on the black toolbar above.
Saturday, August 9th, 8-10am: The 2014 Pelotonia comes to the Olde Pickerington Village! Join us at the corner of Columbus and Center Streets to cheer on riders from all over Central Ohio!