Brunswick Area Historical Society - 4613 Laurel Road, PO Box 714 - Brunswick, OH  44212 - (330) 558-6894    email - brunswickareahistory@gmail.com

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Brunswick Area Historical Society

Heritage Farm and Museum

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Our mission would not be possible without our members, please click below for our membership application form!

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Save the Farm!

Looking good!

Have you seen the farmhouse lately?  New foundation, new roof, new siding, all maintaining the original look of the home.  The interior space has a fresh coat of paint and the artifacts are being unpacked and readied for display.  We will keep you updated on the grand reopening of the museum.

Join us as we celebrate the 200th birthday of the Brunswick Area with a Historic Brunswick Bus Tour!  

We still need your help to keep our renovations and restorations on track.  Please consider making a special gift in memory of your family’s history.  Please keep your membership status current, and corporate sponsorships are always welcomed.  We are so appreciative of the Greater Brunswick Community and the support they have demonstrated so far.  Heritage Farm is YOUR museum, and each and every day you call Brunswick and Brunswick Hills Township your home, you are contributing to the historical fabric that makes for a strong community.  Thank you for your support, and enjoy making history with your family!

Still not a member?

Join today!

Click the link above for our membership form.  

JOIN THE PLANS FOR THE 200TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE FOUNDING OF BRUNSWICK!


Regular meetings are being held to plan events for 2015 that coincide with the anniversary of the founding of our great community.  We will need many volunteers and organizers to make next year’s celebrations a success.

Visit the official Bicentennial website at

www.brunswick200.com or on Facebook at brunswick200


Contact the Historical Society for more information.  



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Our 2015 Farmer’s Market Season officially kicks off on Sunday, June 14, 2015 from 11am-3pm.  We’re expecting another successful year and appreciate our vendors and customers.  The Market will end with a bang on Saturday and Sunday, October 10th and 11th as we celebrate the harvest with the second annual Country Pumpkin Festival.  Mark your calendars and support your local vendors!  Click here for an updated flyer for your friends and family!

Enjoy a leisurely tour aboard Lolly the Trolley as we tour the most historic sites in Brunswick, lead by a guide from our past!  The fun kicks off at Heritage Farm and touches all four corners of our great community. We end the tour back at Heritage Farm where you will enjoy a boxed lunch in the barn.  Tickets are limited and we ask that you reserve as soon as possible.  Prices are $25/adults and $12.50/kids age 8-18.  )We do not recommend the tour for children under 8)

There are three scheduled departures at 11am, 1pm and 3pm. Please click here to download a brochure and application form.  For more information,

please contact Linda Scarcella at 216-688-1117.

Back to the Farm!

Heritage Farm will be growing again this summer…not with the addition of new buildings, but with a crop of soybeans.  The City of Brunswick has leased the farm portion of the property to a local farmer who will be clearing some of the small trees that have grown over the past few years of non-use, tilling the earth and planting seeds for a fall harvest.  The soybean farm will make an excellent backdrop to the community gardens, and bring an abundance of farming activity to the home of the Brunswick Area Historical Society.  Proceeds from the lease will be donated to the Society for its Save the Farm fund.  Work is nearing completion on the farmhouse renovation in anticipation of reopening to the public this year, as part of the Community’s 200th birthday celebration.