See our porcelain-enameled steel Lustron house decked out for the holidays; hear from a department store Santa of the1950s; see model trains running on a 1950s-style layout; and experience a 19th-century-style Dickens of a Christmas, all at the Ohio History Center and Ohio Village in coming weeks.
Our National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center is partnering with the African American Visual Artists Guild of Dayton to host Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms, an art exhibit that’s expected to become an annual national juried show. See the mixed-media exhibit at the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center in Wilberforce through Jan. 31.
Our Ohio History Store's second annual Made in Ohio Showcase Saturday, Dec. 14, at the Ohio History Center in Columbus features art, food, wine and crafts made in Ohio.
From 1927 to1967, one of Ohio’s biggest (literally) holiday traditions was the enormous Christmas-tree-to-beat-all-Christmas-trees in downtown Cleveland’s Sterling Lindner Co. store.
Tour the home of the man who wrote Up on the Housetop; celebrate Christmas in Zoar; get a taste of French-founded Gallipolis; find a Trail of Trees plus chestnuts roasting at our National Road Museum; enjoy the holidays circa 1807 at Adena; and see ancient Serpent Mound outlined by candles, all at Ohio Historical Society sites and related venues in coming weeks.