More Activities

The Westerville Visitor and Convention Bureau

For more information on the sites and activities in Westerville check out:
The Anti-Saloon League from 1893 to 1933 was a major force in American politics. Influencing the United States through the printed word and lobbying, they turned a moral crusade into a Constitutional amendment. The League left a legacy of printed material at a site bequeathed to the Westerville Public Library which houses the Anti-Saloon League Museum.

Valuable Stuff In Your Attic

When Ralph Deluca sets up shop he gets a lot of attention because hidden in Westerville’s old homes are attics and basements where our parents and grandparents stored stuff they didn’t realize would become valuable. Ralph is an expert on vintage movie posters and other related memorabilia including old photos lobby cards, etc. You can visit his site to get a good idea of what he pays money for. Or see him on tv on Pawn Stars where he shows off what he knows about collectibles.

The Westerville Symphony

Music for your life!
The Little Brown Jug, the premier pacing classic for 3-year-olds, provides a fascinating chapter in the more-than-a-century-old history of harness racing.
The OQHA’s All American Quarter Horse Congress Web Pages!
The Crew:
Columbus Blue Jackets:
“I really enjoyed meeting all of you and staying in that wonderful room. How lucky Westerville and Otterbein are to have you!” C.H. (3/10/2000)

What’s New

The amphitheatre located in Alum Creek Park, directly beside the Westerville Inn, comes alive with excitement every Sunday and Wednesdays night when Westerville Parks hosts the Sounds of Summer concert series.
For more information please call 614-901-6500

Also within 2 miles is Germain Amphitheatre, ( providing an extensive line up of concerts. Complete your concert experience by spending the night only two miles away with a gourmet breakfast in the morning!!
Message From The Host
The Westerville Inn is a wonderful place to play, relax or capture romance. Whether listening to a jazz band in the nearby park or the birds singing at the feeders, the sounds of summer await you. We look forward to welcoming you to our home here in historic Westerville.

Your Hosts

The Winebrenners Brenda, Terry, and Caleb

“We will count ourselves among the most fortunate: not only was there a room at the Inn, but it was your Inn. We loved you, the Inn, the food, the stories, Westerville, the pond, the flowers–just everything. Inn-as much as we had a wonderful time, we will be back. A million warm thanks for providing all the memories which will find a place in our treasure chest of memories! Until we see you again, our very best wishes and warmest regards!” Andrea and John (May 2000)

All said there is plenty to do so when planning a trip make sure to schedule enough time to enjoy everything. There is way too much to do for you to just come for a day or two. Please remember that a little time spent with us is a little time spent with history. We love nothing more than making you feel more comfortable than you do at your own home. If you must do it all in a long weekend we understand but you will likely find yourself scheduling more time very soon because you enjoyed it so much but didn’t get to see it all.

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