Museums & Programs
Three museums, one historical society. Each of the three properties owned and operated by Ashtabula County Historical Society represent key times in our rich, shared history. From the arrival of the first settlers to the Western Reserve to the first days of Geneva-on-the-Lake as a beachfront resort area, our properties showcase the diversity of Ashtabula County.
Willed to ACHS in the 1960s, this lakefront home is museum, research library, and society headquarters in one location.
One of the oldest surviving log structures in the Western Reserve, the Blakeslee Log Cabin offers a glimpse into the early years of Ohio.
Former law office of the great Joshua R. Giddings, Congressman and famous abolitionist.
In support of our mission to preserve and share the history of Ashtabula County, we offer programs and services for members, county residents, and visitors.
Homes and homesites that are older than 100 years are eligible for Century Home designation.
Home to thousands of historical records, documents, and books, the Walter Jack is the primary source for information about ACHS, our three museums, and other important Ashtabula County History.
Help ACHS plan for the next 185 years as we focus on Bridge to History, a 5-year capital campaign to help preserve, restore, and expand ACHS's three properties.