Centerville-Washington History maintains and operates three different museums and a Research Center in the Centerville community. Please visit our Museums page to learn where each building is located and what each one offers.
The Asahel Wright Museum (937.291.2223) and the Walton House Museum (937.433.0123) are usually open Tuesday - Friday, 12-4 pm.
The Nutt Cottage Research Center is open by appointment only. You may reach the Curator by calling 937.312.0040.
Speaker Series (2021/2022)
Summer Youth Workshops (June 30, 2022)
A Sense of Taste (September 8, 2022)
Ghost Walk on Main (October 13, 2022)
A Sense of Early Farm Life (Walton House)
A Sense of Strength: Incredible Local Ladies from History (Asahel Wright Museum)
Hunting for History (short, self-guided tours)
Walk Among the Tombstones (self-guided or YouTube link)
- On The Road Chats (Bring History to your group)
- History On The Go (for elementary classrooms)
- A Sense of Centerville/Washington Township (Podcast)
The historical society has many different books and publications available for purchase online or in the Walton House Museum.
Titles availble include: Normandy Farms (The Land and Legacy of Richard H. Grant, Sr.), A Great Place to Learn (Centerville Schools 1803-2003), The Wilderness Doctor (The Life and Times of Dr. John Hole), A Sense of Community, and A Sense of Place.