Suggested donation - Visitors 10 and up $2.00 ea. Under 10 free.

Call 440-992-7401 or visit the Covered Bridge Museum website.  

Two museums sit side by side near the Ashtabula Harbor.

Corner of Walnut Blvd. & Lake Ave.

PO Box 2666

Ashtabula, Ohio 44005-2666

440-964-8168

Built between 1840 and 1841 by William and Catharine Hubbard, this house was a Northern Terminus on the Underground Railroad, providing refuge for slaves fleeing to the freedom and safety of Canada. Listed on the US Department of Interior National Historical Register, it contains period furniture and artifacts as well as old maps and photographs of the Ashtabula area. Also on display are selected items pertaining to the Civil War from the Charles Moses Americana Collection.

Hours: Fridays through Sundays 1-5pm

Memorial Day weekend through the end of September

Closed on holidays. Museum gift shop available.

Group tours and rates available all year long by appointment.

Admission:

Adult $5, Senior $4, Child $3 (6-16)

Hubbard House website

Suggested donation - Visitors 10 and up $2.00 ea. Under 10 free.

Call 440-992-7401 or visit the Covered Bridge Museum website.  

Two museums sit side by side near the Ashtabula Harbor.

Corner of Walnut Blvd. & Lake Ave.

PO Box 2666

Ashtabula, Ohio 44005-2666

440-964-8168

Built between 1840 and 1841 by William and Catharine Hubbard, this house was a Northern Terminus on the Underground Railroad, providing refuge for slaves fleeing to the freedom and safety of Canada. Listed on the US Department of Interior National Historical Register, it contains period furniture and artifacts as well as old maps and photographs of the Ashtabula area. Also on display are selected items pertaining to the Civil War from the Charles Moses Americana Collection.

Hours: Fridays through Sundays 1-5pm

Memorial Day weekend through the end of September

Closed on holidays. Museum gift shop available.

Group tours and rates available all year long by appointment.

Admission:

Adult $5, Senior $4, Child $3 (6-16)

Hubbard House website

Olin's Museum of Covered Bridges invites you to take a walk through America's covered bridges. While visiting the museum, you will learn about covered bridges of the past as well as the present. Enjoy art, artifacts, and educational displays.

Our informational tour is an excellent introduction to the history and basics of covered bridges for people of all ages. Whether you are new to the covered bridge scene or a seasoned bridge buff, Olin's Museum will prove to be a worthwhile stop on your drive through the bridges of Ashtabula County.

If you are a post card collector, be sure to check our large collection of vintage post cards on display. The museum gift shop features covered bridge collectibles including t-shirts, mugs, post cards, and hand sketched Christmas ornaments.

Located within walking distance just east of Olin's covered bridge on Dewey Rd. in Plymouth Township, the museum is owned and operated by members of the Olin family.Hours:

Wed., Sat., and Sun.

1:00 - 5:00 P.M.

June 1st - Oct. 31st

or by appointment year round.

Olin's Museum of Covered Bridges invites you to take a walk through America's covered bridges. While visiting the museum, you will learn about covered bridges of the past as well as the present. Enjoy art, artifacts, and educational displays.

Our informational tour is an excellent introduction to the history and basics of covered bridges for people of all ages. Whether you are new to the covered bridge scene or a seasoned bridge buff, Olin's Museum will prove to be a worthwhile stop on your drive through the bridges of Ashtabula County.

If you are a post card collector, be sure to check our large collection of vintage post cards on display. The museum gift shop features covered bridge collectibles including t-shirts, mugs, post cards, and hand sketched Christmas ornaments.

Located within walking distance just east of Olin's covered bridge on Dewey Rd. in Plymouth Township, the museum is owned and operated by members of the Olin family.Hours:

Wed., Sat., and Sun.

1:00 - 5:00 P.M.

June 1st - Oct. 31st

or by appointment year round.

1330 W. 8th St. Ashtabula Harbor.

Open on Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Other times by appointment: Please call 440-998-2061 or 440-964-2519. Center Phone: 440-964-5790.

Donations appreciated.

Website: www.faha-ashtabula.org

We are open to everyone, not just Finnish descent.Visit our log home dedicated to maintaining and preserving the Finnish heritage in our Harbor and community and Ashtabula County.  Built on the original site of Sovinto Hall 1897-1961.  The hall served as a Finnish temperance society and later a recreational and cultural center.

View family photos, artifacts from harbor, include a vintage rug loom (1890s) library-archive materials, artwork, and momentos from Ashtabula's historic past.  Learn what contributions the Finns made to life in America as well as to the City of Ashtabula.

1330 W. 8th St. Ashtabula Harbor.

Open on Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Other times by appointment: Please call 440-998-2061 or 440-964-2519. Center Phone: 440-964-5790.

Donations appreciated.

Website: www.faha-ashtabula.org

We are open to everyone, not just Finnish descent.Visit our log home dedicated to maintaining and preserving the Finnish heritage in our Harbor and community and Ashtabula County.  Built on the original site of Sovinto Hall 1897-1961.  The hall served as a Finnish temperance society and later a recreational and cultural center.

View family photos, artifacts from harbor, include a vintage rug loom (1890s) library-archive materials, artwork, and momentos from Ashtabula's historic past.  Learn what contributions the Finns made to life in America as well as to the City of Ashtabula.

Ashtabula Maritime & Surface Transportation Museum

Ashtabula Maritime Museum

1071 Walnut Blvd. P.O. Box 1546

Ashtabula, Ohio 44004 - 1546

440/964-6847

Website now on Facebook

Housed in the former residence of the Lighthouse Keepers and the Coast Guard Chief, built in 1871/1898. Contains models, paintings, marine artifacts, photos of early Ashtabula Harbor and ore boats and tugs, miniature hand-made brass tools that actually work, and the world's only working scale model of a Hulett Ore Unloading Machine. Provides an expansive view of the Commercial Ashtabula Harbor and actual operating ore boats. Gift shop includes nautical, items and books. Outside displays and picnic tables available.

Hours: Friday, Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays:

Memorial Day through August

Noon-5 p.m.

September: Noon - 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday only.

Admission:

$4.00 Adults, $3.00 6-16 years, Children under 6: FREE

Tours available by appointment year round for (10) ten or more,

Call (440) 997-5370 or (440) 964-6847 to reserve a time.

Contact:

Treasurer - Anne Frisbie

Ashtabula Maritime & Surface Transportation Museum

Ashtabula Maritime Museum

1071 Walnut Blvd. P.O. Box 1546

Ashtabula, Ohio 44004 - 1546

440/964-6847

Website now on Facebook

Housed in the former residence of the Lighthouse Keepers and the Coast Guard Chief, built in 1871/1898. Contains models, paintings, marine artifacts, photos of early Ashtabula Harbor and ore boats and tugs, miniature hand-made brass tools that actually work, and the world's only working scale model of a Hulett Ore Unloading Machine. Provides an expansive view of the Commercial Ashtabula Harbor and actual operating ore boats. Gift shop includes nautical, items and books. Outside displays and picnic tables available.

Hours: Friday, Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays:

Memorial Day through August

Noon-5 p.m.

September: Noon - 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday only.

Admission:

$4.00 Adults, $3.00 6-16 years, Children under 6: FREE

Tours available by appointment year round for (10) ten or more,

Call (440) 997-5370 or (440) 964-6847 to reserve a time.

Contact:

Treasurer - Anne Frisbie

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