Bedford Historical Society and Museum
30 South Park, Bedford, OH 44146
BedfordOhioHistory.org | museum@BedfordOhioHistory.org
Museum Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 10am - 4pm, Wednesday 2pm -8pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm (2nd monthly and 4th monthly June through August) Closed most Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. Admission: Free
The Bedford Historical Society was founded in 1955 to collect, preserve and interpret the history of Bedford Township whose communities include Bedford, Bedford Heights, Maple Heights, Oakwood Village and Walton Hills, as well as portions of the Western Reserve. Birth place of Cleveland Indian's great Elmer Flick and Spirit of '76 artist Archibald Willard, the campus of the Bedford Historical Society includes the 1874 Town Hall Museum, Archive and Library, the 1892 Church on the Commons and Community Center, the 1832 Hezekiah Dunham House, and the 1882 Wheeling & Lake Erie Railroad. Depot.