Museums

Walton House Museum

89 West Franklin St.
Centerville, Ohio  45459

937-433-0123

Centerville-Washington History was founded in 1966.  The beautiful home of William and Miriam Walton became our first museum in 1971. The Walton House Museum features exhibits throughout the year showcasing artifacts and relics of our local history.  In the backyard are gardens and our chicken house which is used for education.  The Walton House Museum is open to the public Tuesday - Friday from 12pm to 4pm and is the location of the administrative office for Centerville-Washington History.  See:  William Walton and Walton House.

Aaron Nutt Resource Center

78 North Main St.
Centerville, Ohio  45459

937-312-0040

The Aaron Nutt Cottage was bequeathed to Centerville-Washington History in July 2004.  The stone house, the Aaron Nutt Resource Center serves as our library and collections and Archives repository.  This museum features a research and reading room for those using our local history and genealogy files as well as the Curator's office.  The Aaron Nutt Resource Center is open to the public Tuesday - Friday from 12pm to 4pm.  See:  Aaron Nutt and Aaron Nutt House.

Asahel Wright Museum

26 North Main St.
Centerville, Ohio  45459

937-291-2223

The Asahel Wright Museum features exhibits throughout the year showcasing artifacts and relics of our local history.  The front buillding is a replica one-room schoolhouse filled with school desks, artifacts, and an array of photographs of our historic nine one-room schools.  School is in session during the Summer Youth Workshops and for school tours.   The museum is open Tuesday - Friday from 12pm until 4pm.  The Asahel Wright Museum is also the offices of the Education Coordinator and the Bookkeeper/Newsletter Editor.  See:  Asahel Wright and Asahel Wright House.