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Hancock Historical Museum, Findlay

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The Hancock Historical Museum is a museum in Findlay, Ohio dedicated to the preservation of the history of Hancock County, Ohio. It is a non-profit, privately funded museum located in the Hull-Flater House at 422 West Sandusky Street and is a member of the Ohio Local History Alliance.
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  • Really cool museum that's handicap accessible (elevator as well). Took a group of younger Actors there, and they loved it! Great selection/amount of local and national items to peruse. Well worth a... 
    Really cool museum that's handicap accessible (elevator as well). Took a group of younger Actors there, and they loved it! Great selection/amount of local and national items to peruse. Well worth a...  more »
  • They have a great local exhibit especially on Findlay Glass. Other things as well, I enjoyed the guilds as well. 
    They have a great local exhibit especially on Findlay Glass. Other things as well, I enjoyed the guilds as well.  more »
  • This is a very hands on, educational, tour type event to keep younger generations up to speed on how life used to be. Kids tend to not lose interest and willing to participate in many events 
    This is a very hands on, educational, tour type event to keep younger generations up to speed on how life used to be. Kids tend to not lose interest and willing to participate in many events  more »
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  • The house is BEAUTIFUL! We loved learning about the family, the house, and the prominent people from the area. Lots to see and I'm glad we made the trip.
  • Always something new to look at. We enjoyed reading about the local bands from the 1960s and listening to their music from the QR code on the displays. There's an elevator, if needed to tour the historical house attached. On display until the end of the year is Findlay in the 1950s. A wonderful variety of artifacts, clothing, signage, photos, and history of downtown. This is a must-see before it changes next year. All buildings are included in the museum ticket price. Adults $5, seniors $3 is what we paid. Hours are on the website.
  • So many neat thing to see here! They have other buildings on the property that are open for tours and many summer programs that are free or very inexpensive to attend. The admission is budget friendly and the staff is awesome!
  • This place was so cool and filled with history and antiques!!
  • This is an amazing place. You see items, back in time. Staff are there to help.

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