Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum
1775 Main St., P.O. Box 236, Peninsula OH 44264
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HOURS: Thursday, Friday, Saturday Noon to 5
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
When scheduling we are asking visitors for names and phone numbers should we need to contract trace.
Masks are required
No more than two to three visitors at a time
Maximum length of stay in Museum is 45 minutes
To schedule an appointment please call 330-657-2892
Cost: Free, donations appreciated.
A branch of the Peninsula Library & Historical Society, the Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum is located on the second floor of the Boston Township Hall. Built in 1887 as Peninsula High School, this building was designed by noted Cleveland architect John Eisenmann, co-designer of the Cleveland Arcade and designer of Ohio's state flag. The museum features exhibits and artifacts that document the history of the Cuyahoga Valley and is centered around the historic canal villages of Boston, Everett and Peninsula.