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.
**Museums are CLOSED December 15 - January 2. Regular hours resume January 3, 2024
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.
Podcasts - A Sense of Centerville & Washington Township
Speaker Series - 2023/2024 dates & topics
Tours - Self-guided Options
- On The Road Chats (Bring History to your community group)
- History On The Go (for elementary classrooms)
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.