Located in Bowling Green, Ohio, the Wood County Museum is housed in a former public charity building, which operated as the County Home or Infirmary, from 1869-1971. As a museum, the site features rotating exhibits & experiences for visitors. The Museum is open daily for self-guided tours.
This 51-acre site features a museum, paupers cemetery, original site structures, oil derrick, nature trails, herb gardens, and more!
Museum operations are a collaborative effort between the Wood County Commissioners, the Wood County Historical Society, and the Wood County Park District.
The Wood County Museum works with the Wood County Historical Society as a community organization that makes connections between our past, present and future by capturing stories and cultivating memories of Wood County, Ohio and the County Home.
Wood County Museum Women Staff Members:
Kelli Kling, Director
Holly Kirkendall, Curator
Marissa Muniz, Marketing & Events Coordinator
Joan Simon, Administrative Assistant