83 Munroe Falls Ave.
Munroe Falls, OH, 44262
Open 2-4 p.m. on the third Sun. of each month, except in Jan., July, Aug., and on holidays.
Munroe Falls Historical Society maintains a museum in an historic house next to the Gerald L. Hupp City Center Complex. The museum collection contains local history memorabilia and a variety of exhibits that show Munroe Falls' growth from a river settlement in 1809 to city status today. Visitors can view a 200-year-old working weaving loom, an early 1900s Victorian parlor and a general store. The library collection is a reference library containing volumes pertaining to the history of Ohio including Summit County, Akron, Brimfield, Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, Twinsburg, Northampton, Tallmadge, Stow and Munroe Falls. Visitors can also explore a news clipping file, photographs, miscellaneous maps, burial records and genealogical materials. Free. Donations welcome.