School Children Exploring the Six Simple Machine Exhibit

School Children Exploring the Six Simple Machine Exhibit

Free School Tour Program at the Warren County Historical Society

Telling Our Story – Exploring the History of Warren County

Bring your students for an interactive history experience exploring the ways Warren County’s people built a community from an untamed wilderness. 
Fall 2016: September 6 - December 16, 2016
Spring 2017: March 8 - May 24, 2017

Who Should Attend? Any Warren County school group.

What programs are available? Schools may choose from four different programs that feature hands on learning experiences for both students and teachers: Social Studies Backpack, Gruesome but Truesome, Exploring Pioneers Technology, Following the Tracks of the Underground Railroad

When are the school tours offered? Two sessions are available each day Tuesday-Friday. Choose mornings from 10:00 am to noon or afternoons from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.

Where are the tours held? Tours are presented inside the Warren County History Center at 105 S. Broadway in downtown Lebanon, Ohio.

Why should our school visit the Warren County History Center? Warren County was one of the most influential counties in the formation of Ohio and the country as a whole. Many of our most prominent pioneers were known not only for their good works at home but also their contributions on the national scene. Their stories, which will entertain educate and inspire people of all ages, are contained in the Warren County History Center.

How do you sign up to bring a class to the Warren County History Center? Call 513-932-1817 or email wchs@wchsmuseum.org. Reservations are required and tours will be booked on a "first come, first serve" basis.

Additional Information: There is no charge to students or teachers for the tours. Out-of-county parents who attend will pay the $7 admission fee. A small grant is available to assist with transportation costs, please call for details.

John Zimkus, Director of Education jzimkus@wchsmuseum.org