Anti-Saloon League Museum
Visitors to the
museum will learn about the temperance movement in America.
Located at 110 S. State Street in Westerville, OH.
Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery Talks and Tours
Chase Confederate Cemetery]
Chase Prison History & Information]
Chase Historical Photos]
Historical Society is focused on the preservation and promotion
of the history and culture of the Hilltop area of Ohio.
Activities include Camp Chase Re-enactment and living history
re-enactments, preservation of the Central Ohio Psychiatric
Hospital artifacts and the walking tour to Camp Chase
Confederate Cemetery. Contact Lt. Col. Dick Hoffman at
firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a talk and tour of the
Camp Chase Confederate Cemetery. The Camp Chase
Confederate Cemetery is located at 2900 Sullivant Avenue in
Winchester Area Historical Society Complex
of Canal Winchester]
Winchester Area Historical Society operates a complex of
buildings which include:
Prentiss School located at 10 West Oak Street in Canal
Valley "Queen of the Line" Railroad Depot with two cabooses
under renovation located at 96 North High Street.
The O. P.
Chaney grain elevator located at 40 West Oak Street.
monument honoring Private Alfred Cannon.
The society is
focused on the collection, preservation and maintenance of
historical records, data, property and other items related to
the heritage of Canal Winchester, OH.
Central Ohio Fire Museum & Learning Center
The 1908 Fire
Station #16 has been restored and features a museum of historic
fire fighting equipment and antique fire engines and pumpers
along with a learning center for all to learn about fire safety.
Located at 260 N. Fourth Street in Columbus, OH.
Doll Museum at the Old Rectory
The Doll Museum is
housed inside the historic 1845 Rectory for St. John's Episcopal
Church. Today, the Rectory is home to the Worthington
Historical Society who operates the Doll Museum. Visitors
will enjoy the beauty of this historic building and the massive
collection of beautiful 19th and 20th century dolls.
Located at 50 West New England Avenue in Worthington, OH.
Ealy House Museum
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Ealy House built ca 1860, is home to the New Albany-Plain
Township Historical Society and their museum featuring
historical artifacts and items related to the history of the New
Albany-Plain Township are of Ohio. The Ealy House is a
Civil War-Era farmhouse that has been restored with historic
authenticity. Located at 6359 Dublin-Granville Road in New
Television Foundation and Museum
Focused on the
preservation of the technology from the early days of
television, the museum features historical items, displays and
exhibits related to the history of television. Located at
596 Franklin Street in Hilliard, OH.
Historical Society Museum
Historical Society operates a complex of historical structures
John Clark House,
Lily Stone B&B and a
log house built in 1840. The museum is focused on the
history of Gahanna. Located at 101 South High Street in
Hale Black Cultural Center
Named in honor of
Dr. Frank W. Hale Jr., the center is focused on the cultural and
academic pursuits of African Americans in the United States.
Located at Hale Hall on the campus of the Ohio State University
at 154 W. 15th Avenue in Columbus, OH.
The Harding Museum
features historical artifacts and objects related to the local
history of the Mackinaw Historic District and the late Major
General Forrest Harding, one of the founders of the Franklin
Area Historical Society. Located at 3302 Park Avenue in
the Mackinaw Historical District of Franklin, OH.
Reynoldsburg-Truro Historical Society Museum
The museum is
devoted to preserving and disseminating the knowledge of the
history of Reynoldsburg, Ohio and the surrounding areas.
Housed in an 1850s historical home which has been restored, the
museum features historical artifacts and antique items related
to the heritage of Reynoldsburg along with a great collection of
historical documents. .Located at 1485 Jackson Street in
The Heritage Museum
Housed inside the
International Headquarters of Kappa Kappa Gama Fraternity, the
Heritage Museum occupies three rooms of the historic Italianate
style mansion. Known as the Snowden-Gray mansion on the
National Register of Historic Places, the museum features
exhibits and furnishings which reflect the history of the
building, it's former occupants and the history of Columbus.
Located at 530 East Town Street in Columbus, OH.
Jack Nicklaus Museum
The Jack Nicklaus
Museum is devoted to the history of golf and the career of Jack
Nicklaus including trophies, photographs and various mementos.
Located in the Ohio State University sports complex at 2355
Olentangy River Road in Columbus, OH.
Jeffers Mound is a
prehistoric mound believed to have been built by the Hopewell
people between 100 BC and AD 400. Much archaeological
excavating has taken place at the site. Located at the
crest of the hill where Plesenton Drive diverges from Olentangy
River Road just north of Route 161.
Museum and Catholic Cultural Center
Known as the
largest museum of diversified Catholic art in the United States
taht is recognized by the Vatican, the museum is located at 57
South Grubb Street in Columbus, OH.
House Museum & Garden
Built in 1852, the
Kelton House and Museum interprets urban life and the decorative
arts in Columbus, Ohio during the second half of the 19th
century. Located at 586 East Town Street in Columbus, OH.
Kern-Harrington House / Museum
Kern-Harrington House was previously the home of the New
Albany-Plain Township Historical Society and their museum.
The house is historically significant but the society has moved
the museum into the Ealy House.
Located at 107 E. Granville Street in Plain Township, Franklin
Ohio Historical Museum
Known as the Doll
and Toy Museum, the museum features thousands of dolls, antique
to modern and toy collections. Located at 700 Winchester
Pike in Canal Winchester, OH.
Motorcycle Hall of Fame
The Museum is
focused on the preservation of motorcycling heritage.
Located at 13515 Yarmouth Drive in Pickerington, OH.
Motts Military Museum
The Motts Military
Museum features historical artifacts, items and documents
related to the military past of America. Located at 5075
South Hamilton Road in Groveport, OH.
The National Barber Museum and Hall of Fame
The museum is all
about the history of barbering. Collections include barber
poles, barber chairs, barbering tools and lots of other antique
items related to the barbering profession. Located at 2
South High Street in Canal Winchester, OH.
Northwest Franklin County Historical Society Village & Museum
Village is a collection of historic structures including
Hilliards Tran Station, a school house, a log cabin, a chapel, a
granary , barn and more. A museum features exhibits and
displays of historical items related to the history of NW
Franklin County, Ohio. There are various events throughout
the year. Located near the heart of downtown Old Hilliard
on the grounds of Weaver Park.
The museum is a
program of Ohio Designer Craftsmen featuring exhibits of crafts
and art designed by fine craft artists. Located at 1665 W.
Fifth Avenue in Columbus, OH.
Ohio Governor's Residence and Heritage Garden
available of the stately residence on most Tuesdays and tours
must be scheduled at least one week in advance. To
schedule a tour, fill out a
tour request form. Located at 358 North Parkview
Avenue in Columbus, OH.
Ohio History Center
Operated by the
Ohio Historical Society, the museum features historical
artifacts and exhibits related to the history of Ohio along with
rich resources for genealogists and researchers. Ohio
Village is also operated by the Ohio Historical Society. Located
at 800 E. 17th Avenue in Columbus, OH.
Ohio Railway Museum on Facebook
Devoted to the
preservation and operation of historic railway equipment, the
museum features antique streetcars, train cars, and antique
locomotives. The museum is one of the oldest railway
museums in the United States and is located at 990 Proprietors
Road in historic Worthington, OH.
Built in 1861, the
Ohio Statehouse is a Greek Revival styled structure and is one
of the oldest working statehouses in the United States. It
also houses museum devoted to the history of Ohio.
Guided Tours are offered daily. Located at 1 Capitol
Square in Columbus, OH.
Operated by the
Ohio Historical Society, Ohio Village is a living history
village depicting what life was like in Ohio during the mid-19th
century. Located at 800 E 17th Avenue in Columbus, OH.
Old Carnegie Library Museum
The Old Carnegie
Library was built in 1916 and today serves as a museum
maintained by the Pickering-Violet Township Historical Society.
The museum is filled with historic artifacts, memorabilia,
antique items and documents related to the history of of
Pickering and Violet Ohio. Located in the Historic Olde
Pickerington Village at 15 E. Columbus Street in Pickerington,
Orange Johnson House Museum
House is one of the oldest homes (dating to 1811) still standing
in it's original location in central Ohio. The house is
furnished with period furnishings, some of which are connected
to early Worthington families and activities. Located at
956 High Street in Worthington, OH.
Devoted to sharing
the legacy of James Thurber, the Thurber House is a living
museum open to the public. Located at 77 Jefferson Avenue
in Columbus, OH.
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