General, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science
Come enjoy live native Ohio wildlife exhibits, interactive educational displays, nature shop, bird vista, the 1804 Iddings Log House, 165 acre nature preserve with over 6 miles of trails, night hikes, preschool programs, summer camps, & scout programs. We also rehabilitate native Ohio wildlife and release back to their natural environment.
General, History, Historical Society, Library
The society and its museum is a big accomplishment for a small town (population 900), initiated and supported almost exclusely by local interest and donations. It has a beautiful, modern building full of exhibits.We welcome everyone. We are working for increased accessibility and outreach programs. Next year, two goals are improving use of our log cabin and recognizing the 150th anniversary of the Civil War with research, exhibits and programs.
History, Library, Natural History, Park, Science, Specialized, University
Located atop the rolling hills of Mt. Lookout, the Cincinnati Observatory is home to the world's oldest telescope still in use nightly by the general public. Two handsome National Historic Landmark buildings and the beautiful grounds provide a serene, park-like setting while still being centrally located in the city of Cincinnati.
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum serves the great Mohican area as a source for research, learning, and historical discussion. The museum provides the history of the communities, peoples, and cultures of the Mohican area. Exhibits range from detailed sources of information regarding specific events, persons, or businesses such as the Flxible Company and Charles Kettering, to more generic "period" rooms such as our Victorian parlor. The museum also operates the Workman Cabin in Central Park.
General, History, Historic House, Library, Park
The Daniel Hertzler House Museum offer visitors a glimpse of Clark County's history through the eyes of an early entrepreneur. Hertzler was Mennonnite farmer who came to Ohio from Lancaster, PA. and amassed a large fortune through several mills, lending money, and farming over 1000 acres.His 1854 bank-style house is filled with antiques of the pre-Civil War era including many items that belonged to the Hertzler family.
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
The Definition of Decorative Art: Sometimes known as functional art – a term that embraces all artistic works created for both use and decoration. It includes work by skilled artisans, in metal, stone, wood, and glass as well as textiles including quilts, coverlets, and tapestries. The term also refers to those aspects of interior design subordinate to architecture, including molded plaster work, wallpaper, furniture, and draperies.
History, Library, Science, Specialized
The Dittrick Medical History Center is comprised of the museum, archives, and collections of rare books, artifacts, and images. The Center originated as part of the Cleveland Medical Library Association (est. 1894) and today functions as an interdisciplinary study center within the College of Arts and Sciences of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Park
Currrently, a special exhibit, "Hell & Homefront: Civil War Through Fulton County Eyes" will be on display through 2015 for the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.
History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Park, Specialized
Glendower’s lawn maintains a very sophisticated social presence and is available for event rentals. Call the society at 513-932-1817 for information.
New Richmond, Ohio
History, Historic House, Library
Historic New Richmond's mission is to preserve, protect, and promote knowledge of the historical heritage of the Village of New Richmond, Ohio and its surrounding area by: Collecting, preserving and making available for research historical records, documents, photographs and artifacts. Disseminating information through interpretive exhibits, presentations, and publications.
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Specialized, University
The Kent State Museum contains important collections of fashion and decorative arts. Its eight galleries feature changing exhibitions of work by many of the world's great artists and designers. Closely linked to the Shannon Rodgers and Jerry Silverman School of Fashion Design and Merchandising at Kent State University, the Museum provides students with first-hand experience with historic and contemporary fashions, as well as costumes representing many of the world's cultures.
North Canton, Ohio
History, Library, Military, Specialized
We seek to preserve significant military and civil aircraft and aviation artifacts to educate the public about the people who flew, designed, built and maintained the planes. We are currently restoring a B-26 Martin Marauder, F-100 Super Saber, F-86D Saber, PT-19 Trainer, T-37 Tweety Bird Trainer and Goodyear GZ-22 Blimp Gondola. We are expanding a display dedicated to WWII's Rosie the Riveter. A basic aircraft restoration class is being offered.
Culture, General, History, Library, Military, Specialized
The National Aviation Hall of Fame opened the doors to its permanent home to the public January 8, 2003. Founded in 1962 and chartered by congress in 1964 the Hall of Fame honors America's air and space pioneers. A cast of dignitaries and Hall of Fame enshrinees turned out, including Astronaut Joe Engle, 2001 enshrinee, test pilot Joe Kittinger, 1997 hall of famer, and test pilot Scott Crossfield, a 1983 honoree.
Art, General, History, Library, Science, Specialized
Begin your visit to the Museum by viewing a video presentation tracing Imperial’s eighty-year history. After touring the glass display rooms, take the time to peruse the gallery of portraits, original photographs and advertising materials.
Archaeology, Culture, History, Library, Specialized
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center celebrates the heroes who created the secret network through which the enslaved could escape to freedom, the Underground Railroad. From this historical vantage point of courage, cooperation and perseverance, we relate this uniquely American story to the contemporary efforts of Modern Abolition, inspiring everyone to take steps for freedom today.
Pleasant Hill, Ohio