Holmes County Ohio Historical Society Manages both the historical Victorian House and Millersburg Glass Museums.
In the heart of Ohio's largest Amish settlement. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this 28 room Queen Anne style home serves as the society's museum of Victoriana and collection of Holmes County history. Enjoy your visit with us. For a step back in time, walk through our elegant front door by clicking on the next button below to view several interior rooms of Victorian splendor. Our beautiful museum/mansion was built by L.H. Brightman a wealthy industrialist from Cleveland.
We hope you enjoy your stay with us on your virtual visit and find the mansion inviting enough to visit us in person when you are touring Holmes County Ohio. The house has appeared on "Victorian America", an HGTV production. It has also been written up in Victorian Homes magazine and must recently used for a full feature Hollywood production Love Finds You in Valentine. We love tour bus groups as well, so if you are a tour bus operator call us or click on group tours to arrange for special tour hours and dates.
Millersburg Glass Museum:
The Millersburg Glass Museum has found a permanent home on the campus of the Holmes County Cultural Center Campus. Located in the lower level of the main building, the museum is handicap-accessible in a facility that has been renovated to highlight the glass and its history. Inside the interpretive room, guests can familiarize themselves with the history of the local glass plant, its workers and owner, John Fenton. Beyond, they'll absorb the chronological arrangement of the magnificent glasswork create from within the bowels of the factory and its kilns. Find out why these sterling masterpieces remain works of art cherished by collectors worldwide. Ask about featured pieces and collections on loan to the museum from of these private collectors. The museum is located in the building next to the Victorian House Museum.