Tours

There are multiple ways to tour our museums or to take a tour of historic Uptown Centerville!

Tour on your own 

Hunting for History is a new way to explore Historic Uptown Centerville a little bit at a time. New tours will be added over the coming months. Tours can be downloaded below to be printed at home or you can take a screenshot. The most current tour will also be posted at the front and back doors of the Asahel Wright House Museum. 

Each family friendly tour includes fun "Young at Heart Challenges" to keep things interesting for the whole family.  ENJOY!

Hunting for History Tour #1 (starts and ends at Asahel Wright Museum)

  Hunting for History Tour #2 (starts at Marions Pizza and ends at Sew-a-Lot)


 

 

 

Walk Among the Tombstones of Sugarcreek Baptist Church Cemetery (the Old Centerville Cemetery)

Located around 300 N. Main St. (behind Chiapas Mexican Grill)

Visit 14 different gravesites on your own or walk along with the video guide. Learn about some of our area's earliest settlers. 

Download the Cemetery Tour Map

Download the Cemetery Tour Notes

View the video on our YouTube Channel


 

 


Take a historical walking tour of Uptown Centerville

(Bring a friend — tours accommodate 2-8 people)

Schedule an outdoor walking tour with one of our knowledgeable guides that suits your calendar or when you have friends or family visiting. Learn about Centerville’s founding families as you visit one of the historic cemeteries, enjoy stops at some of Centerville’s famous stone houses, and tour our historical museums as you take a step back in time.

If you are interested in booking a tour or have questions, please contact Melissa Wagner at 937.291.2223 or melissacwh@sbcglobal.net

Cost is $8/person ($5/CWH member)

Visit our Museums

Visit one of our museums and we will give you a brief tour and give you time to look through the exhibits on your own as well. 

 

Centerville-Washington History—connecting the community to its heritage by  collecting, preserving, interpreting and promoting the history of our local area.