Museums and Historic Sites

Museums and Historic Sites

This museum features the history of the Sutliff family - from pioneer days of the Ohio Western Reserve, through the days of the Civil War, (...)
Discover new exhibits, research local history, and attend one of their many events.
Built in 1832 Warren Heritage Center tells the story of the City of Warren and its role as the first economic and government center of the (...)
This national historic site became the home of women’s suffrage leader Harriet Taylor Upton in 1887. It also served as the headquarters (...)
The Ernie Hall Aviation Museum honors local contributions to the field of aviation, bearing the name of one of America’s most (...)
The Howland Historical Society in Trumbull County, Ohio, is a devoted institution that preserves the rich and diverse history of Howland.
The Cortland Bazetta Historical Society, established in 1976, plays a crucial role in preserving and promoting the rich history of the (...)
Medici Museum of Art includes pieces from contemporary and classic artists along with periodic traveling exhibits.
Home to Millionaires Row, where the "Who's Who" of industry, commerce and politics lived in stately mansions that lined the street during (...)
The McKinley Birthplace Home is a replica house located at 40 South Main Street, Niles, Ohio 44446, less than a block away from the (...)
This historic monument was erected in 1863, two years before the end of the Civil War.
This memorial and library honors the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley, who was born and raised in Niles, Ohio.
Built in 1825, historic sandstone farmhouse. Near 28 wineries, 10 state parks, lakes and many outdoor activities. Full house rental for (...)
Located on the east bank of the Mahoning River, the memorial commemorates the sacrifices of local citizens in military service.
Formed in 1999, dedicated to the preservation of the North Bloomfield community and the restoration of the Town Hall built in 1893.
Constructed in 1831, this bridge is the second-oldest covered bridge in Ohio still in service.
Located at the intersection of State Routes 87 and 193, this national historic district area has 12 buildings listed on the National (...)
Packard Automobile Barn mural - eighth in a series of barns that showcase innovators, innovations or accomplishments from Ohio history.
Formed in 1999, dedicated to the preservation of the North Bloomfield community and the restoration of the Town Hall built in 1893.
Designated as a Freedom Station by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Cincinnati, this exhibit provides a glimpse of local (...)
Now home to the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau, this building once served as the headquarters for the Connecticut Land Company where tracts (...)
Braceville Community Foundation and the Braceville Historical Society, want to transform a 1920s home into a museum for African-American (...)
Located along Millionaires Row in historic downtown Warren, this Greek Revival mansion is included on the National Historic Registry and (...)
One of the oldest judicial facilities of its kind in Ohio, the Romanesque-style structure was completed in 1897, making it the third (...)
Center Brook Manor, once home to abolitionists Charles and Julia Brown and a documented Underground Railroad stop, is being restored by (...)
Now a private residence, this unique eight-sided house, which contains eight trapezoid-shaped rooms, was the boyhood home of Clarence (...)
Originally the site of one of the first Methodist churches in the country, it's now home to the Bazetta-Cortland Historical Society.
The Leavittsburg Heritage Museum building was generously donated to the DLIA in 1998 by the Polivka family.
Victorian Mansion, included on the National Register of Historic Places, situated in a park-like setting with formal gardens.
The Packard Museum welcomes groups for an immersive experience, with special rates and options available, including the opportunity to (...)
One of the oldest known structures in Trumbull County, this museum is a legacy to the early pioneers of the Connecticut Western Reserve.
Originally built in 1871 as the home of civic leader Henry Bishop Perkins and his family. The building has served as Warren's City Hall (...)