Geauga County Historical Society was originally founded in 1873 for the express purpose of “collecting and preserving interesting facts pertaining to the early settlement” of the County. Since then, the Geauga County Historical Society has endeavored to preserve both small and large artifacts dealing with the history of the Connecticut Western Reserve, of which Geauga County is a part. Currently, Geauga County Historical Society maintains twenty-two historically accurate buildings with over 15,000 artifacts all representing over 200 years of Geauga County history.
Public tours are offered Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm and 3pm from April 15th-November 15th. Grounds are open all year from 8:30am-5pm for free.
For more information, please visit www.geaugahistorical.org or contact the office at 440-834-1492.