The Historical Village will be open for tours every Sunday from June 4 through August 27 from 1pm to 4pm. Fee for tours shall be two dollars ($2.00) for school age children. Fees for tours are four dollars ($4.00) per adult and three dollars ($3.00) per Senior citizen. Children five and under are free.
50th Anniversary History of Hilliard Book
Fascinating History of the Hilliard Ohio Historical Society and Surrounding Communities
A must for every coffee table and book collection
$5 for each book. Can be purchased at the
Library and Archival Center located at 5274 Norwich Street, Hilliard OH.
For office hours click here
PLANNING A WEDDING?
The Historical Church and Village is a memorable and unique setting for a couples special wedding day. Getting married or renewing your wedding vows, the Historical Village is a unique setting for that special day. Contact the Society to plan your special wedding day.
KROGER REWARD POINTS
Sign up to have a percentage of your purchases at Kroger credited to the Historical Society.
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 History – 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.
Bassel L. Johnson, President
Eldon M. Schatz, Vice President
Mildred Hart, Treasurer
Mary W. Miller, Secretary
Raymond K. Bradley
James D. Knick
Richard L. Kuhn
Delmar J. Kunz
Ruth E. Mast
Lester F. Porter
President – Barb Cash
Vice President – Bob Peterson
Secretary – Marilyn Evans
Treasurer – Rodney Garnet