Oberlin Heritage Center Tours

The Oberlin Heritage Center offers guided one hour and fifteen minute tours on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 10:30 and 1:30 (closed all major holidays and the week between Christmas and New Year's Day). The Oberlin Heritage Center tour features three beautifully preserved historic buildings furnished with historic artifacts and antiques that tell the story of life in Oberlin from its founding in 1833 to the early twentieth century.  Special handouts are available for children.  The tour includes:

Admission FeesThere is a charge of $6 per person ($5 for AAA members) for the guided tour of three buildings.  Free to children under the age of 19 who are accompanied by a parent.  Discounts for school groups and members of Time Travelers.  Free to Oberlin Heritage Center members.

Group ToursTours for groups of ten or more are available by appointment and can be custom designed to accommodate the interests and schedule of the group.  Call for information about Oberlin Heritage Center's group tour policies and fees.

Disabled AccessThe tour involves considerable walking and climbing stairs due to the nature of the historic buildings. 

Directions to the Oberlin Heritage Center The Oberlin Heritage Center is located off South Professor Street in downtown Oberlin. Free parking is available in the downtown area, off West Vine Street, and on nearby streets. Tours begin at the Monroe House at 73½ S. Professor St. which is located at the back of the Conservatory of Music parking lot, behind the Oberlin Post Office.

For More Information or Tour Reservations: Go to http://www.oberlinheritage.org/visit.html; contact the Oberlin Heritage Center at (440) 774-1700; or write to Oberlin Heritage Center, 73 1/2 South Professor Street, P.O. Box 0455, Oberlin, Ohio 44074. E-mail:  tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org