A Modern Community, A Rich History!

Westerville, Ohio was once known as the “Dry Capital of the World?” Our Temperance history is well documented, even by the likes of Ken Burns in his public television documentary Prohibition. Burns himself visited our Anti-Saloon League Museum and his researchers spent two years pouring over the League’s documents housed there.

Fast-forward to 2006, when the first beer was served in Uptown Westerville since 1933. Thanks to new laws, new hotels, new technology and plenty for all ages to see and do, we have it ALL!

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Visit Westerville – Here To Help!

Visit Westerville, formerly the Westerville Visitors and Convention Bureau is happy to assist you with directions, itineraries, reservations, tours, and anything else that a trip to Westerville an enjoyable experience. We maintain a huge events listing so you can find out what’s going on during your planned visit.

Here are some of Westerville’s many events! Click here to see more!

We also provide site-search and selection services to meeting planners, event managers and community partners.

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Eight Anything-But-Dry Facts About Westerville’s Prohibition Story

Chances are the guests at the next party you attend won’t know the huge role Westerville, Ohio played in the passage of the 18th Amendment which made Prohibition the law of the land. Here are few facts that you can have in your back pocket to make you sound smart! The Anti-Saloon League moved it […]

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