By far, the most popular exhibits in the Heritage Center Museum, are the Reynoldsburg High School Photo Composites. Starting with the year 1899, there are over sixty class composites displayed throughout the Museum.
Stop by and view your friends and relatives, tracing your family history.
Shown in the lower entry way, is the Giving Tree, a wonderful way to make a RTHS donation by remembering someone close to you.
At the top of the second floor stairs is the Children's Room featuring a train set, an erector set, dolls and many games and clothes from your childhood.
The Victorian Room displays a fine collection of articles from the era of the 1890's, including a complete bedroom set and a lady dressed for an evening out.
The Main Room upstairs shows a 1940's beauty shop, mom doing the wash in an oak tub and the Scottish display explaining the settling of Truro Township.
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Please attend one of our monthly Open Houses where children of all ages love our displays. They are held on the thirdSaturday of each month from 10 AM to 2 PM.
Our Fifties Room displays things from the 1950's through yesterday. Remember the Pour House Cafe? Check out the Soap Box Derby, Shaquille O'Neal and QSL Cards.
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Next to the Heritage Center is our new Storage Barn. Here visitors will look though a series of windows to view Historical Dispays of Old Reynoldsburg.
Historical Society Museum
1485 Jackson Street,
The Museum is Open the third Saturday of each Month from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
or by Appointment. Call Tour Director
Mark Myers 614.868.5354.