Seneca County Museum

 

28 Clay St., Tiffin
419-447-5955
Tues.—Fri., 1 p.m.—5 p.m.; Sat. noon—4p.m., or by appointment.
www.senecacountymuseum.com
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The Seneca County Museum is housed in the 1853 home built by Rezin Shawhan, Tiffin’s first millionaire. Along with some of the home’s original furnishings, you’ll find collections of Tiffin Glass, pottery, early firearms, primitive house wares, toys, Indian artifacts, fire-fighting equipment, Civil War memorabilia and much more! A new display featuring the contents of the time capsule of the demolished 1884 Seneca County Courthouse is now open. Check our website for special weekend open houses.

The Fort Ball Room has a capacity of 60 people and is available to the community for meetings. It is handicapped accessible.