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Ashtabula County Antique Engine Club Inc.    440.576.5418
4026 State Route 322    Williamsfield, OH 44093
   map link   Visit our web site at http://www.ashtabulaantiqueengineclub.com
A non-profit organization dedicated to the collection, restoration and exhibition of engines, vehicles, machinery and buildings of a historical value. Shows held to display items in May, July and September. Co-sponsors of the Bluegrass Festival the third weekend in August and a car show the Sunday after Labor Day. Located on Route 322 East of Route 11, just after railroad tracks & Hayes Rd. Wheelchair accessible. Kid friendly
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Ashtabula County Genealogical Society    440.466.4521
Geneva Library - Sherman St.    Geneva, OH 44041-9101
   map link   E-mail to acgs@ashtabulagen.org
Visit our web site at http://www.ashtabulagen.org
Research family and area history at this public genealogical research area. Society meets 1st. Wed. of the month at 1pm. Website features several ways to research and a family reunion calendar. The library also houses the Spencerian Script Museum, as Geneva was the home of the Spencerian Handwriting School.
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Ashtabula County Historical Society - Blakeslee Log Cabin    440.466.7337
441 Seven Hills Rd. at Route 11    Ashtabula, OH 44004
   map link   E-mail to dblakesl@home.com
Visit our web site at http://www.ashtabula.net/blakeslee/
One of Ohio's original log cabins, it was built around 1810 by John Blakeslee and is now used as an educational center and site of Log Cabin Days in Sept. Open to the public 9a-3p. Sat. & Mon. and by appt., Donations appreciated.
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Ashtabula County Historical Society - Giddings Law Office    440.466.7337
108 N. Chestnut St.    Jefferson, OH 44047
   map link   E-mail to tedquick@onebox.com
Visit our web site at http://www.ashtcohs.com
This tiny two room building is the former office of famed abolitionist Joshua Reed Giddings, lawyer and congressman, and holds his original office furnishings and library. A National Historic Landmark erected in 1823, this building was also the longtime home of Charles A. Garlick. Hours: Open by appointment, contact Gregg Leary at number listed. Admission: Donations Accepted.
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Ashtabula County Historical Society - Jennie Munger Gregory Museum    440.466.7337
5865 Lake Road    Geneva-on-the-Lake, OH 44041
   map link   E-mail to tedquick@onebox.com
Visit our web site at http://www.ashtcohs.com
This 1829 farmhouse on the Lake Erie shore, features family rooms furnished in the late Victorian style and special exhibits on Ashtabula County history. Research facilities are available by appointment. Annual Events: Christmas at Grandview; Hours: Open Wednesday-Fridays from May to September. Admission is $4.00 for adults, children in school $1.00, pre-school - free.
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Ashtabula Lighthouse Restoration and Preservation Society    440.228.2441
Ashtabula Harbor
   map link   Visit our web site at http://www.ashtabulalighthouse.com
Organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the Ashtabula Harbor Lighthouse. Sponsors annual Lighthouse Summerfest Celebration. Meets 2nd Wednesday of every Month at 7pm, call for location. Kid friendly.
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Ashtabula Maritime Museum /Ashtabula Maritime & Surface Transportation Museum     440.964.6847
1071 Walnut Boulevard    Ashtabula, OH 44005-1546
   map link   E-mail to bobanne@windstream.net
Visit our web site at http://www.ashtabulamarinemuseum.org
Holds treasures of the Great Lakes. Contains thousands of pictures showing the historical history of the Great Lakes and the Ashtabula Harbor. Feel like you're captain of the high seas in the actual pilothouse from the steamship, Thomas Walters of the Steinbrenner Lines. Located at Point Park in Ashtabula Harbor. Hours: Memorial Day-August: F-SU 12-5pm; Sept: S-SU 12-5pm. Gift Shop. Kid friendly. Motorcoach parking and group activities are available. Admission: $5.00 Adults, $3.00 6-16 years, Children under 6 FREE. Tours available by appointment year round for ten (10) or more, call 440.997.5370 or 440.964.6847 to reserve a time. Visit our Website & Webcam
at http://www.ashtabulamarinemuseum.org

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Cleveland Museum of Natural History    216.231.4600 ext. 219
various locations      E-mail to naturalresources@cmnh.org
Visit our web site at http://www.cmnh.org
Several holdings of preserved land around the county representing valuable species of rare plants and animals only found in Ashtabula County. Request permission before visiting the holdings by calling the museum.
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Conneaut Historical Railroad Museum    440.599.7878
363 Depot Street    Conneaut, OH 44030
   map link   Visit our web site at http://www.nrhs.com/chapters/conneaut.htm
The former New York Central train depot, built in 1900, is the home of the Conneaut Railroad Museum. Besides rare items, such as an 1866 Stock Certificate of the Red River Line (NYC) and relics from the Ashtabula Bridge Disaster of 1876 are large displays of lanterns, timetables, passes and old photos. Climb aboard the steam engine and caboose on exhibit. There are many other items that were used during the steam era which played a vital role in the building of our country. Located between Broad and Mill Streets on Depot Street. Hours: Memorial-Labor Day - Daily noon-5. Free, Donations accepted. Wheelchair accessible. Kid friendly.
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Conneaut Historical Society    440.593.4896
Mill St    Conneaut OH 44030
   map link   Visit our web site at http://www.conneauthistorical.org
Open Memorial Day- Labor Day Friday-Sunday Noon-5pm
Located behind Sal's Across tracks from Railroad Museum. Free. Donations

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Finnish American Heritage Center    440.964.5790
1330 West 8th St. & Joseph Ave.    Ashtabula, OH 44005
   map link   E-mail to lriddell1207@gmail.com
Visit our web site at http://www.faha-ashtabula.org
Actively records, presents programs, celebrates and collects artifacts of Finnish Heritage as it effects Ashtabula History, and the coming of Finnish people to Colonial America in 1638 A.D. Locations and hours vary. Our Log Home historic site is in the Ashtabula harbor in the Historic Finnish district on corners of W. 8th St. and Joseph Ave. on the former site of the old Sovinto Hall lot.

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Historic 19th Century Jefferson Depot Village    440.576.0496
147 E. Jefferson Street, P.O. Box 22    Jefferson, OH 44047
   map link   E-mail to duttonjg@hotmail.com
Visit our web site at http://www.jeffersondepotvillage.org
Travel back in time to the 1800's and costumed tour guides will tell you about all the historic buildings; the 1872 Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Station, the quaint 1848 Church in the Wildwood, the 1918 Red Caboose, the 1849 Church Barn ( built exclusively for the circuit-rider minister). the 1838 Spafford One-Room Schoolhouse, Hohn's Old General Store, a Century Pharmacy, and the 1888 Victorian House. Located: east of SR 46 & downtown Jefferson. Hours: June-Oct. Sunday 1-4p, and by appt. $3 Donation accepted. Kid friendly.
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Hubbard House UGGR Museum    440.964.8168
Walnut Blvd. & Lake Avenue    Ashtabula, OH 44005-2666
   map link   Visit our web site at http://www.hubbardhouseugrrmuseum.org
The only northern terminus of the Underground Railroad open to the public it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973 (Building #73001385). Experience life in the Connecticut Western Reserve in the middle third of the 19th century at the circa 1841 home of William and Catharine Hubbard. Also features an Underground Railroad exhibit area; and the Civil War and Americana exhibit area in the basement. Located in Ashtabula Harbor on the corner of Walnut Blvd. and Lake Ave. Open: Mem.- Labor Day: 1-5; F-SU or by appt.; Closed M & Holidays Group tours by appt.
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Noema Gems    440.275.3211
1788 Mill St Exd, Austinburg, Ohio 44010    Austinburg, OH 44010
   map link   E-mail to noemas@suite224.net
Visit our web site at http://www.noemagems.com
Custom made gemstone jewelry, choose from selection on display or have something made up especially for you. Children's actitives and educational experiences. Located off SR 307 and SR 45. Open: M, W-S 10-6; SU 1-6. Accepts credit cards. Kid friendly.
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Old Brick Historical Society    440.437.5175
7358 Route 45    Orwell, OH 44076
   map link   The first tavern in the Orwell area, a stagecoach stop and Orwell's first community center and post office, this heritage building was erected in 1828 and owned by the Pratt Family for five generations. Now owned and operated by the Old Brick Historical Society, the museum also features an annual antique car show, dinners, wine tasting party and Christmas party. Located north of Orwell on SR 45. Open SU 1-5, by appt. Kid friendly.
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Olin Covered Bridge Museum    440.998.0025 or 440.992.9149
1918 Dewey Road    Ashtabula OH 44004
   map link   Visit our web site at http://www.coveredbridgemuseum.org
Hours - June 1- Oct 31. Wed, Sat, & Sun 1-5pm. or by appointment year round.
Ashtabula County's only museum of Covered Bridge unique covered bridge memorbilia, artifacts and educational displays.
Materials from bridges around the world and local history. Located off SR 84, south on Dibble Road to Dewey Road. Kid and Pet friendly. Research information available. Handicap accessible.
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One and Only Presidential Museum Foundation    440.344.0523
6585 Howard Rd.    Wayne Twp., Williamsfield, OH 44093
   map link   E-mail to nickpjr@earthlink.com
Visit our web site at http://www.oneandonlypresidentialmuseum.com
Hours 11am-7pm Thurs.-Sun
The New museum is located on 41 acres. It is handicapped accesiable, snacks, gift shp, presidential memorabilla, lectures and lunches by appointments, bus tours are welcomed. Call for info.
Directions Rte 6 to Knapp Rd to Howard
Rte 322 to Gane to Chardon Windsor to Howard
Rte 46 to Cahrdon Windsor to Howard
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Servants of Mary Center for Peace    440.272.5380
6559 Ireland Rd.    Windsor, OH 44099
   map link   Visit our web site at http://www.servantsofmary.org
The site of a magnificent 50-foot statue of Our Lade of Guadalupe, features a Lake of Hope encircled by an illuminated, 15-decade Rosary. Chapel of the Holy Innocents and a number of small shrines. Located west of SR 534, north of SR 86. Open daily 9am-9:30pm Donations appreciated. Kid friendly. Full Restrooms. Weddings.
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Victorian Perambulator Museum    440.576.9588
26 E. Cedar Street    Jefferson, OH 44047
   map link   E-mail to carriage@ncweb.com
Visit our web site at http://www.perambulatormuseum.com
A wide array of antiques, crafts, collectibles, Wicker Baby, Doll carriages, childrens' things of yesteryear and unique gift items displayed in an old fashioned atmosphere. Located just south of downtown, off SR 46. Open: W & S 11-5p (Jun- Aug), S 11-5p (Sept.-May), & by appt. only Jan.-Mar. Admission. Kid friendly.
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Windsor Corners District    US 322 & SR 534    Windsor, OH 44099
   map link   Visit our web site at http://www.nationalregisterofhistoricplaces.com/OH/Ashtabula/districts.html
320 acres and 14 buildings were added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. (Ashtabula County - #75001318)


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