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Mansfield Memorial Museum

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mailbum wrote a review Oct 2019
Akron, Ohio71 contributions31 helpful votes
I had fun at this free museum full of an eclectic mix of unusual things. For examples, there were Electro the first robot and the stuffed chickens playing cards. If possible, talk to the curator, Stephen, who has great stories to tell. Wish we could have spent more time here and hope to go back.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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lefties43332 wrote a review May 2019
10 contributions2 helpful votes
the guides and curator were nice. Mostly came for my science crazy 5 yr old to see the robot and his dog who has been gone for yrs. Robot just stood there. Not great for a small kid . He did like the dryer that played how dry I am.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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John D wrote a review May 2019
Willoughby, Ohio34 contributions10 helpful votes
A very informative experience.Nice establishment clean and not crowded with a lot of junk. Difficult to locate as it is in the soldiers and sailors museum,all tho great parking across the street. The curator was very informative.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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jkzoo wrote a review Sep 2018
Mansfield, Ohio754 contributions128 helpful votes
Stopped for the first time. The Westinghouse exhibits were really interesting, especially the robots.The collections of military uniforms and the Richland County area artifiacts were also quite impressive.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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tthemickstar wrote a review Feb 2018
Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom92 contributions39 helpful votes
Came here with my friend Ed Olson on a bleak snowy night. Whilst he was chairing a meeting, I was left to my own devices and had a good look around - fascinating stuff here including the world's first robots, from waaaaay back in 1939 made by Westinghouse - long-gone from the city now. Great exhibits from WW1 and 2 plus local industrial heritage items. Most helpful curator I have ever come across - nothing was too much trouble for him.There are three floors, but as the place was officially closed, I only saw the ground floor - or first floor, if you are American haha. Wonderful, wonderful place - dating back to 1888 when it was built for veterans of the American Civil Way, I believe. Still used today for military meetings, get-togethers etc, so it is still alive Well, well worth a visit
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Date of experience: February 2018
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