Museum Open for the Summer! — Our Hours

written by Alison Bruener, Museum Assistant

Blooming apple trees and lilacs can only mean one thing here at 540 Third Street South:  the South Wood County Historical Museum is open for visitors!

Our hours from Memorial Day through Labor Day:  Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 1 pm to 4 pm.

Please join us for the Museum’s Ice Cream Social on June 16th from 11 am to 3 pm!

Below are some photos of previous exhibits, our museum gardens (maintained by the Master Gardeners of Wood County) and past ice cream socials.

This black and white image is from 1973, when the Museum was first open. We have since changed the layout of the Country Store exhibit, which is still available to the public.

This colored photo is of Dr. Lee Pomainville looking through the Doctor’s Office exhibit in 1973. Visitors this year will see a greater focus on local medical history.

This picture from 2008 depicts the Museum from the lower lawn. The Wood County Master Gardeners maintain the gardens year round.

The ice cream social from the 2010 Cranberry Blossom Festival.

2017 Ice Cream Social. From left to right: Maya Hernandez (Princess Court), Adriana Galvan (Princess Court), Isabelle St. Myers (Cranberry Princess), Taya Cassiani (Princess Court)

Click here to see more photos from last year’s Ice Cream Social. Over the winter months, we freshened up exhibits, completed building maintenance and printed tour programs. We hope to see you soon!

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