Open House

Bring the kids! Bring your friends!

Saturday, April 24, 2021

1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Hilliard Historical Village at Weaver Park next to the Franklin County Fairgrounds

FREE Admission and FREE Tours (donations welcome) trained docents, self-guided tours, drinks & snacks provided

 Ten unique historical buildings or period replica structures including a huge museum filled with historical artifacts and displays collected from homes in the Hilliard area from the early 1800s.

Interested in a FREE membership for the rest of the year?

Come see us at the Norwich pavilion in the village for details.

Our mission is to connect people to the rich history of the Hilliard, Ohio area by collecting, preserving and presenting historical artifacts, documents and collections to educate and inspire current and future generations.

Hilliard Ohio Venues

Graduation Party?  Wedding and/or Reception?  Birthday Party?  Reunion?

Check out the new Norwich Pavilion for your event.

Hilliard Ohio Venues is managed by the nonprofit organization Hilliard Ohio Historical Society.

All proceeds directly benefit the Hilliard Ohio Historical Society.

More Information

April 29th the village will be open Thursdays 6 – 8 PM and Sundays  1-4 PM until August 26th.

Heritage Day will be on Saturday August 28th

Open hours and event for the Historical Village at Weaver Park are listed on the events calendar.

Select here —–>Event Calendar

The Library/Archival Center/Office is located at 5274 Norwich Street, Hilliard OH.

Normal Hours of operation: Monday and Tuesday 10:00 am – 1:30 pm and Thursday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Walk-ins welcome.  Or to make an appointment: call 614-876-5880 or email hilliardohiohistoricalsociety@gmail.com




About the Historical Society

The Hilliard Ohio Historical Society and Museum was incorporated November 11, 1966.  The society’s main objective was to create a historical village and museum which would preserve the early pioneer life of the community of Hilliard, Ohio and the northwest section of Franklin County.  The society was given a lease of a part of Weaver Park on which to build a museum and establish a historical village. The Hilliard Ohio Historical Society is a non-profit, 501©(3) organization which relies heavily on private contributions to supplement public funds.  Through the generosity of individuals, local area businesses, grants and fund raising the society is able to maintain the upkeep and restoration of the numerous exhibits and buildings in the historical village.

Society HistoryThe society’s main objective was to create a historical village and museum which would preserve the early pioneer life of the community of Hilliard, Ohio, and the northwest section of Franklin County.

Our Sponsors

 

St James Lutheran Church