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By John Zimkus, Golden Lamb Historian During the early 1800s, no holiday was more celebrated in the United States than the Fourth of July—not even Christmas. This was especially true on July 4, 1826, the
Can you feel it? The sounds of chirping birds, sights of spring lilies rising from the ground, and smells of our annual Lenten fish fry can only mean one thing. Spring is right around the corner! You don’t have to
Christmas through the Ages
by John Zimkus, Historian of the Golden Lamb
‘Twas two days before Christmas — the year 1803 — when folks learned of a new place to gather and be merry.
At the Golden Lamb, we love showing our guests an out-of-this-world dining and lodging experience. You’d be surprised, though, just how many of our guests describe their visits as beyond this world. Food
Inspired by the agricultural heartland we call home, we made a daring decision to start our own farm. Now, we’re celebrating our second harvest and are excited to share its story with you. "We just realized we're
After several years of planning and months of design and construction, the Golden Lamb — Ohio’s oldest inn and longest continuously operating business — celebrated the reopening of its newly renovated and reimagined Black Horse Tavern on Monday.