We are a living history museum dedicated to preserving our history and promoting a better understanding of early life in Southwestern Ohio.

Clinton County is just east of Waynesville and offers many attractions to visitors.  Make the short drive to check out Wilmington and the things to do listed on this website.

The Clinton County History Center, 149 E. Locust Street, Wilmington, is a multi-function facility owned and operated by the Clinton County Historical Society, serving all those interested in our rich heritage.

Cranberry Cottage

Looking for a place to stay in Waynesville during your visit. Look no further, this is a quaint cottage where you are the only quest.

Ohio has something for everyone. Start planning your next Ohio getaway now!

The Franklin Area Historical Society (FAHS) was established in 1965 to preserve the history of the city of Franklin and the area.  Visit the Harding Museum and the Log Post Office museum.

Fort Ancient features 18,000 feet of earthen walls built 2,000 years ago by American Indians.  The site offers beautiful vistas along hiking trails as well as the remains of the prehistoric mounds for visitors to see

Through a combination of permanent exhibits, special presentations, and educational facilities GLSM encourages guests to step back in time.

The Hammel House serves a wide variety in our old fashioned country dining rooms and takes pride in serving great food.  As a B&B, the Hammel House has several rooms available for overnight guests.

Visit the website of Waynesville's public library.  Dr. Mary L. Cook practiced medicine in Waynesville for many years and initiated the first public library in the community.

The Society creates, promotes and preserves a continuing interest in the history and heritage of Mason, the surrounding area, and the State of Ohio.

The Ohio History Connection conducts an expanded range of activities related to interpreting, collecting and preserving the state's heritage.

The Ohio River National Freedom Corridor is a non-profit association focused on educating the public about the historical significance of the Underground Railroad.

Since its beginnings in 1904 the Quaker Heights Care Community has grown from a boarding home to a 30 bed Assisted Living and a 98-bed, Medicare and Medicaid certified facility.

Explore the Quaker Heritage Center located at Wilmington College in Wilmington, Ohio.

ParaVizionz is a high level paranormal investigations and research team serving Ohio, Indiana and Northern Kentucky.

The Ohio Sauerkraut Festival has grown from a small local event in 1970 to one of the premier craft festivals in the nation.

The Society hopes to keep passing the history collected on to the next generation, and make the history stay alive!

A great way to explore the Buckeye State.

Visit the website of the village our museum calls home.

Come stay and play in Warren County, headquarters for family fun in Ohio

As a chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society, this site was created to aid researchers in finding their ancestors in Warren County, Ohio.

The Warren County Historical Society Museum is housed in a three story, 28,000-square-foot brick building. It contains artifacts from prehistoric eras to the mid-20th century periods.

Visit the website of our local school system.

The Waynesville Area Chamber of Commerce is an organization of people interested in working together to make our community a better place to live, work and play.

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513-897-1607

Find us: 

115 S. 4th Street, P.O. Box 12,

Waynesville, Ohio 45068