Brandville School and Museum Complex

Home of the Oregon Jerusalem Historical Society

Toledo Time Travels  |  By Tedd Long  |  01/11/2020 1:00 pm

The red brick one-room school built in 1882 is the perfect setting for the Oregon-Jerusalem Historical Society Museum on Grasser Street in Oregon. Open for exhibits just three days per month, keep your eyes peeled as you approach the Brandville Schoolhouse—it sits inconspicuously in an Oregon neighborhood and is easy to miss. The little schoolhouse includes space dedicated to local historical items and a meeting room for lectures and public meetings. While they're standard hours are limited each month, the Oregon-Jerusalem Historical Society is a very active group so you'll want stay tuned to their Facebook site to keep up on their special events, including teas, lectures, genealogical workshops, potlucks, and tours.     

More information for planning your visit is available at the Oregon Jerusalem Historical Society Facebook Page.

Plan Your Visit

What: Brandville School

Where: 1133 Grasser Street, Oregon, Ohio 43616; (419) 693-7052

Hours: Open the 1st and 3rd Thursdays and the 2nd Saturday of the month; 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

For the Kids: In addition to school tours, the historical society hosts programs and exhibits throughout the year that may interest kids.  

Cost: Admission is $6.00 for Adults ($5.00 for Seniors) and $2,50 for Students.

Parking: Parking is free.

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