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Ohio Historical Society
Founded in 1885, the non-profit Ohio Historical Society (OHS) provides a wide array of statewide services and programs related to collecting, preserving and interpreting Ohio’s history, archeology and natural history. The society has about 1.6 million items in its collections throughout its 58 sites and within its 283,000-square-feet Ohio History Center at 800 E 17th Ave. (Exit 111), Columbus, Ohio, 43211. “Let’s Explore Ohio!” invites you to join the staff of OHS in digging into the stories of the people, places and times in Ohio from pre-history to right now. The Society receives a portion of its funding from the state, but relies on admission fees, memberships, grants, donations and other forms of revenue to continue to serve Ohioans in the future. The Ohio State Museum and State Archives at the Ohio History Center, is NOW open an extra day for your convenience. The State Museum is open Thurs-Sat, 10-5; Sun, Noon -5. Archives/Library is open Thurs-Sat, 10-5. Historic Preservation Office is open Mon-Fri, 9-5. For general information about the Ohio Historical Society, including admission fees, call 614.297.2300 or 800.656.6124 or visit www.ohiohistory,org.