The Western Reserve Historical Society (WRHS), Cleveland’s oldest cultural institution, collects, preserves, exhibits, and interprets the history of Northeast Ohio. WRHS is the largest and oldest historical organization in the region, founded in 1867 as a branch of the public library by Clevelanders committed to preserving and sharing the rich history of Northeast Ohio. WRHS offers a wide variety of educational and community programs that include scholarly, creative, and interpretive work in the humanities, arts, and even the sciences. The WRHS operates eight sites in a four county area, including: The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum, The History Museum, The Library, Hale Farm & Village, The James A. Garfield National Historic Site, Shandy Hall, and Loghurst.
Address: 10825 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106