Museums in Findlay, OH

Find museums in Findlay, OH. Listings include Ghost Town Findlay, Ohio, NORTHWEST OHIO RAILROAD PRESERVATION, INC, University of Findlay's Mazza Museum, Children's Museum of Findlay, Hancock Historical Museum and The Neon Heater Art Gallery. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

  • 07/10/19
    #WomanCrushWednesday Marilynn Reynolds was born to Edwin and Ada Thompson Reynolds on September 1, 1898 in Evansville, Indiana. She was the fourth child born to the couple before Ada divorced Edwin. S...
    > Hancock Historical Museum
  • 07/05/19
    #FarmerFriday George Washington Roller was born to Michael and Elizabeth (Swindler) Roller on August 26, 1858 in Big Lick Township. At the age of twenty-five, George purchased a one hundred and twenty...
    > Hancock Historical Museum
  • 07/04/19
    Did you miss out on seeing the 13 star flag today? Not to worry! The museum will be open 10-4 tomorrow, July 5. This will be one of the last opportunities to see this rare piece of American history i...
    > Hancock Historical Museum
  • 07/04/19
    Join us today for an old-fashioned Ice Cream Social on the front porch of the historic Hull-Flater House from 12-2pm! During this time, the 13 Star flag will be available for public viewing, free of c...
    > Hancock Historical Museum
  • 07/03/19
    #WomanCrushWednesday Margaret was born in Pennsylvania March 14, 1812 to Jacob and Mary Magdalene (Snyder) Lafferty. She married William Davis, a cabinet maker, on December 8, 1830. Three years later...
    > Hancock Historical Museum
  • 07/02/19
    Don't miss your chance to view one of our country’s oldest and rarest flags on exhibit through July 5th! There are very few 13 star American flags left in existence, and this is the only one of its ...
    > Hancock Historical Museum
  • 06/28/19
    #FarmerFriday Edward was born in Orange Township, Hancock County on March 19, 1866 to Edwin and Rebecca (Elder) Boutwell. Edward attended local schools, and helped on his father’s farm. Edward marr...
    > Hancock Historical Museum