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JBH wrote a review Sep 2019
136 contributions19 helpful votes
This museum is very well organized and has a lot of interesting information. Some of the displays are divided into subjects.
Date of experience: October 2018
Janice293 wrote a review Aug 2019
Andover, Ohio30 contributions7 helpful votes
We visited to take a break from shopping in Berlin area. It's a nice community history with rooms set up to show how early settlers lived. I have Swiss/German ancestors who immigrated to Ohio so it was interesting to me.
Date of experience: August 2019
Paul S wrote a review Jul 2018
Marion1,564 contributions1,006 helpful votes
The German Culture Museum is a free attraction in the lower level of the library buidlng almost directly across from Der Dutchman in Walnut Creek. There is parking on the lower level, but I would advise finding a spot on the steet above and walking down to the door as the very…
Date of experience: June 2018
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Sightsee_Eat wrote a review Aug 2017
Worthington, Ohio765 contributions169 helpful votes
Learn about the beginnings of Amish faith stemming from Anabaptist roots in the Radical Reformation in Germany and Europe to early days in Walnut Creek. Look at the replica of the cabin built by first settler Jonas Stutzman and early tools and textiles. Each room in the…
Date of experience: August 2017
Christina W wrote a review Jul 2017
Martins Ferry, Ohio145 contributions8 helpful votes
Great little museum with a lot of cultural and history. My teenagers enjoyed seeing many of the items on display, but it was not really interesting for my younger son (8). Completely free admission, donations accepted. I'm really glad that we took the time to check this out!!
Date of experience: July 2017