About Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Society Museum
The Pickerington-Violet Township Historical Society Museum is housed in the former Carnegie Library which opened in 1916 in Pickerington's original historic village. It is one of the few Carnegie-financed buildings that exist in Central Ohio. The Museum contains hundreds of local artifacts which include collections of Native American weapons and tools; a pot-bellied stove and other items from Violet Township's one-room schools; an early Pickerington town pump; a restored 1879 Taber pump organ; and children-friendly "touch and learn" exhibits. The Historical Society Museum is open 10:00am – 1:00pm on April-thru-November Second Saturdays. In addition, Historical Society member meetings, historical programs, and special events are held throughout the year. Check our website – pickhistory.org – for up-to-date event information.
Features & Amenities
Brochures for Olde Pickerington Village Self-Guided Walking Tour available in front of Museum.
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