Historical Societies Near Me in Steubenville, OH
426 Franklin Avenue, Steubenville, OH
Mission: To preserve, perpetuate, promote and disseminate knowledge of the history of the County of Jefferson and the City of Steubenville, Ohio. Read More
400 E 5th St, East Liverpool, OH
Museum History The Museum of Ceramics, which is operated by the Ohio Historical Society, houses an extensive collection of the wares produced in ... Read More
4597 Noble Street, Bellaire, OH
The Unofficial Lego Museum of Bellaire Ohio. Yes we have millions of Lego! Displays, Band, Darth Vader, Dora the Explorer, Spiderman and much much ... Read More
4597 Noble St., Bellaire, OH
Welcome to my dream. The ONLY LEGO based museum in the world. We arehttp://www.brickstore.nethttp://www.brickmuseum.net and soon http://www.plast... Read More
23 East Main Street, Canfield, OH
About Us: The War Vet Museum is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring all who served in our nation's military. Through education we teac... Read More
23 East Main Street, Canfield, OH
History: The house was built in 1809 and is the oldest house in Canfield still on its original foundation. The house was renovated in the late 198... Read More
400 Center Street, Dennison, OH
About The small village of Dennison, Ohio lies halfway between Columbus, OH and Pittsburgh, PA, exactly 100 miles to the east and west of these ma... Read More
525 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, OH
History : In 1986, Dr. John J. McDonough, a prominent collector of American Art, and a dedicated member of the community, offered Youngstown State... Read More
648 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, OH
About The museum features the Arms Family’s love of handicraft, medieval architecture, and the natural environment. Artifacts displayed in c... Read More
325 East Iron Avenue, Dover, OH
History A new century was just beginning when Jeremiah E. Reeves moved his family into the newly remodeled home in Dover, Ohio. It was April of 1... Read More
123 6th Street South West, Canton, OH
The Canton Classic Car Museum was established by the late Marshall Belden, Sr in 1978. The museum currently exhibits forty-five rare and unusual cl... Read More
P.O. Box 1162, Massillon, OH
Seventy-five years ago, when football’s greatest innovator, Paul Brown, took the helm of the Massillon (Ohio) Washington High School football... Read More
1001 Market Avenue North, Canton, OH
History: The Canton Museum of Art began as the Little Civic Art Gallery founded in a second floor room of the Canton Public Library in 1935. It qu... Read More
331 Karl Avenue, Dover, OH
Our Story It all started when Ernest Warther lost his father at the age of three, in 1888, forcing him to take his first job at the age of five. I... Read More
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