The Hancock Historical Museum is home to permanent exhibits on all facets of Hancock County and Ohio history, as well as several rotating exhibits focused on specific moments in our community’s history. The Hancock Historical Museum campus is comprised of the Exhibit Center and Oxley Government Center, Hull/Flater House, Davis Learning Institute, Agricultural Building, Crawford Log House, DeWald-Funk House, and Marathon Energy and Transportation Annex. The museum also oversees the Little Red Schoolhouse, which is located off-site.
The museum hosts several events monthly, including their Brown Bag Lecture Series and Classic Movie nights, and several large events, such as Oktoberfest Findlay, the Historic Homes Tour, and Barn Tour.
Event Space Available
Congressional Room: 20 people
Front Porch & Gazebo: 40 people
Community Room: 100 people
MPC Energy & Transportation: 100 people
Learn more about available venues and entire campus rental here.
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