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Western Reserve Historical Society

History Center in University Circle, Cleveland
Founded in 1867, Western Reserve Historical Society (WRHS) is Northeast Ohio’s premier storyteller. It presents the lives and activities of the 19th-century settlers through historic Hale Farm and Village in Bath, Ohio, and relates the Gilded Age of glitter and industry through the history of Cleveland’s millionaires and entrepreneurs. WRHS offers a wealth of resources to research your family heritage at the History Center in University Circle, Cleveland. It is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit regional historical societies in the nation. WRHS inspires people to discover the American experience by exploring the tangible history of Northeast Ohio.

Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm and Sunday, Noon – 5:00pm.

Address:
The Western Reserve Historical Society History Center is located in Cleveland’s University Circle at 10825 East Boulevard.
Parking lot fees are paid at the admission desk during museum hours.

Hale Farm & Village
In the Cuyahoga Valley
A museum of Western Reserve Historical Society
Hale Farm & Village is located on 90 acres, with 32 historic structures, farm animals, heritage gardens, food preparation, and early American craft and trade demonstrations including glassblowing, blacksmithing, broom making and home crafts.

Hours of Operation:
June through August: Wednesday-Sunday from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
September through October: Saturdays and Sundays 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and is closed Monday – Friday
November through May: Open for reservation based programs and special events.
For more information about programs, visit www.halefarm.org or call 330.666.3711.

Address:
2686 Oak Hill Road, Bath, Ohio 44210

Contact:
216-721-5722
membership@wrhs.org
www.wrhs.org

Benefits: 
Discounted Admission
Gift Shop Discount