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Natl_Packard_MuseumNational Packard Museum
1899 Mahoning Avenue N.W.
Warren, OH 44483
(330) 394-1899

Featuring the history of the Packard family, the Packard Motor Car and other Packard enterprises that have influenced the growth and industry of Warren, this museum hosts a number of special exhibits throughout the year.

The Packard Automobile line was, in many cases, ahead of its time. "Packard Firsts" include the steering wheel, front and rear bumpers, and air conditioning. Please visit the National Packard Museum's website for hours, event schedule and more information.

HTU_HouseHarriet Taylor Upton House

380 Mahoning Avenue N.W.
Warren, OH 44483
(330) 395-1840

This national historic site was home to prominent suffragist Harriet Taylor Upton and served as headquarters for the National American Women's Suffrage Association from 1903 until 1905. The Upton House is made available by appointment for tours and facility rentals.

Edwards_HouseJohn Stark Edwards House and Museum

303 Monroe Street
Warren, OH 44483
(330) 394-4653

One of the oldest known structures in Trumbull County and home of the Trumbull County Historical Society, this museum is a legacy to the early pioneers of the Connecticut Western Reserve. The Edwards House is furnished as it would have been in 1807 except for its Victorian parlor. The lower museum level showcases local memorabilia.

Sutliff_Test_Image_1The Sutliff Museum
444 Mahoning Avenue N.W.
Warren, OH 44483
(330) 395-6575

The life and times of the Sutliff Family are featured here – from pioneer times of the Ohio Western Reserve through the days of the Civil War to the height of the Victorian era. The family was active in the area's abolition movement and played significant roles in the Underground Railroad. The museum also features rotating exhibits that are displayed throughout the site. The Warren Library Association privately operates the museum on the second floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library.

Warren_Heritage_CenterWarren Heritage Center

303 Mahoning Avenue
Warren, OH 44483
(330) 372-0237

The Warren Heritage Center is a not-for-profit educational institution. The center preserves and uses it collection, historical site, and museum to engage and inspire a diverse audience to explore the history and culture of the city of Warren, Ohio and relate the communities past to the present and its future. 

Located in the heart of historic Warren, Ohio the Warren Heritage Center sits between the downtown square and the notable Perkins Neighborhood residing in the 1832 Judge Frederick Kinsman House. The Warren Heritage Center is open to the public the first Sunday of the month from 2pm-5pm. Schedule a private tour by emailing or call 330-372-0237 to leave message.

Information courtesy of the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau.

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