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First the building itself is very interesting and one of the more architectural pleasing structures in the area.
Clearly there are some local historians and volunteers who put a lot of effort into this place and it shows.
The focus is the history and contributions...More
Wow- what a surprise. Springfield has an amazing history and it is all laid out here.
We were fortunate to have an terrific docent guide to help us through- hope Larry is available on your visit.
We especially liked the room that recreated the exhibition...More
Stopped at the Heritage Center on our way to the Frank Lloyd Wright Westcott House. This is a nice gem which a lot of people miss when they are in the area. We actually enjoyed this much more than the Westcott House. Stop can be...More
The Heritage Center is absolutely fascinating, and gives visitors an in-depth view of how this small, beautiful city grew to make its mark at one time in the world of manufacturing, politics, wars, and agriculture, among other things. The displays are so well done you...More
We stopped at Du Mondo for lunch. The museum is in the same building so we decided to take a look. There’s not admission but there is a “suggested donation”. There’s a lot of information from the days of the native Americans up through the...More
We spent a good couple of hours in the Heritage Center of Clark County. Pat was a dynamic, super enthusiastic tour guide. The Center is just a marvelous place to develop a full appreciation for early Americana, the Mid-West and specifically our wonderful Ohio history.
This highly professional history museum covers the local history of the Springfield, Ohio area. I especially liked the bios of the presidents that surrounded the top of the exhibit. I enjoyed seeing the type of wagon used to cross the National Road that went through...More