55 Stern Dr.
Seaman, OH 45679
Phone: (937) 386-2511
Fax: (937) 386-2100
55 Stern Dr., Seaman, OH, US, 45679
- Phone: (937) 386-2511
- Fax: (937) 386-2100
Arts & Museums
Displays the artwork of local and regional artists.
Recreating the story of the pioneers who floated down the Ohio River to this spot, this museum offers a history and genealogy library as well as an art gallery. It also has one of the top high-quality private miniature collections in the country on display.
The Clinton County Historical Society maintains this county museum which houses sculptures and paintings by world-renowned Quaker artist Eli Harvey, a collection of Quaker clothing dating back to 1820. Genealogies and histories important to the area are also housed in the former residence of General James W. Denver. Denver was known throughout America. After he left Clinton County he became a senator from California, secretary of state, and commissioner for Indian Affairs for President James Buchanan. Denver was immortalized in Colorado when the state capitol was named after him. No trip to Clinton County is complete without visiting Rombach Place.
Located in the historical pump house, this art gallery features art shows and changing exhibits. The Poole Gallery can be used for receptions, showers, business meetings, or parties.
This distinct 19th-century Italianate style structure was built in 1865 and is the former home of John Pattison, the 43rd governor of Ohio. Promont House was gifted to the Greater Milford Area Historical Society in 1984 by James Kirgan. It has gardens and benches that offer a nice view of the building and the grounds. This historic house museum is decked up in Victorian furnishings and features a huge stained glass window near the entrance, Italian marble fireplaces, unique frieze in every room and a large tower. The tour consists of the three floors and the magnificent tower.
features telephone equipment and paraphernalia dating back to 1895. Included are telephone instruments, early local directories, wooden underground conduit and a working section of electro-mechanical "step-by-step" switching equipment. Open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with tours available.
This magnificent three-story historical museum showcased the development of southwestern Ohio through artifacts from prehistoric days through the mid- 20th century, including an award-winning Shaker gallery.