Clyde Historical Museum
Our museum is housed in a 19th century church with a modern addition. Changing exhibits and unique collections provide an up-close, informative, and fascinating look at life over time in one of America's Great Hometowns ...
Clyde, Ohio. The first Clyde Museum and collection begain in 1931 by a Clyde teacher, Richard Edward Wolfe, in the basement of the Clyde Public Library. As library space needs changed, it became necessary to place the collection in storage for a time. In 1975, under the leadership of Thaddeus Baker Hurd, the Clyde Heritage League was founded and a new home for the museum located. The restored 1886 Grace Episcopal Church was purchased with funds from Clyde Heritage League, the City of Clyde, and the Whirlpool Foundation. The museum opened in 1987 and is maintained and operations guided by dedicated volunteers. Books, postcards, and souvenirs available for purchase. Museum season hours are April 1 - Sept. 30 open Thursdays 1-4 pm and by appointment year round. Individual & Group Tours Welcome! Family programs fun for all ages will be held at the Museum on the third Thursdays of June, July, August from 2-3 pm. Call Brenda 419-639-3017 with number and ages attending.The museum is air conditioned and handicap accessible. Free admission. Donations always appreciated
124 West Buckeye St
Clyde, OH 42410