422 West Sandusky Street Findlay, Ohio


Camp Fire: Igniting the Spark in Hancock County since 1923

February 1st – August

This year, the museum will exhibit a unique and extensive collection of Camp Fire memorabilia. The exhibit tells the story of the organization that was the first of its kind for girls and promoted community service and leadership through group activities and projects. Objects on display will incorporate the entire history of Camp Fire and include everything from uniforms, patches, journals and magazines to more unusual items such as crafts, jewelry and a few other surprises. Anyone who has ever participated in Camp Fire or a similar group will enjoy the memories and walk through history this exhibit provides.

Nature’s Beauty: The Photography of Dr. A.H. Linaweaver

February 1st – August

Explore the area as it was over 100 years ago through the eyes, and lens of Dr. Albert Linaweaver and his photographs of nature scenes. Dr. Linaweaver was a well-known physician as well as a photographer and artist. His focus on trees, streams and agricultural fields will transport you to a simpler time before cell phones and computers. Enjoy the simplicity of corn shocks and marvel at the combination of historic photography and modern surroundings in our Rotating Exhibit Gallery.