- The Museum is easy to find: take I-75 to exit 179, go EAST on Rt. 6 about a quarter mile, then turn RIGHT onto County Home Road.
- DECEMBER 2017 - JANUARY 2018: The Museum is open for self-guided tours Monday - Friday 10 AM to 4 PM.
- FEBRUARY 1 - DECEMBER 1, 2018: The Museum is open for self-guided tours Monday - Friday 10 AM to 4 PM and weekends 1-4 PM.
- The Museum is closed on County Holidays (see dates). The grounds are a public park and are open daily 8 AM until 30 minutes past sunset.
- $5 per adult
$1 for children age 10 & under
Free for Wood County Historical Society members (join now!).
Free admission is also available during special events and promotions.
HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE FACILITIES
- The Museum is handicap accessible with an elevator, handicap restrooms, and ample parking in the visitor lot, as well as behind the museum (south side). The south elevator entrance is also behind the museum.
- Pictured: 2017 Elevator Ribbon Cutting. Photo courtesy of Hal Brown.
- While we do accept walk-ins for self-guided tours, please call ahead for large or special needs groups.
WHAT YOU WILL SEE
- Self-guided tours of the original Wood County Poor Farm (Infirmary) including the Paupers' Cemtery, Lunatic Asylum, Pestilence House, and Ice House
- Many events and activities throughout the year
- Award-winning exhibits including the 2017-2018 feature on Wood County's role in WWI
- Visit the County Home Gift Shop for cool historical books, local art and foods, and great gift items. WCHS Members get 10% off (excluding sale and consignment)
- Ample indoor and outdoor meeting spaces available to rent for a wedding, shower, party, or business meeting
- Beautiful grounds for photographers and class project settings. Tag us on FaceBook #OnCountyHomeRd