Bucyrus Copper Kettle Works, Ltd. – The only hand-hammered copper kettle factory remaining in the U.S.A. BCKW still uses techniques and tools of the 1800’s. 

 Tours $ 5.00 per person

Bucyrus Historical Society – The Scroggs House – A stately Victorian home filled with Bucyrus memorabilia, including a horse-drawn fire engine. 

Tours $2.00 per person

Carl’s Gas Station & 50’s Memories – A working garage where you can take a trip down memory lane, complete with an Elvis, 1950s and Patriotic memorabilia room. 

Crawford County Courthouse – Built in 1854; view the courtroom with historic stained glass dome. 

Crestline Historical Society – Museum is open Saturday and Sunday of the 1st and 3rd full weekends of each month.
Dapper-Hoover Cabin, Blacksmith Shop & Bread Oven – Carefully restored this has become a true learning center for all ages. 

Tours $ 1.00 per person.

Galion Historical Society – Visit Bishop William Montgomery Brown’s Brownella Cottage, and Grace Episcopal Church and Rectory Complex – Tours $ 5.00 per person.

Gill House – One of Galion’s houses of distinction built in 1903-04 to the design of noted Detroit architect Louis Kamper. It was built for the family of Bloomer B. & Nellie Stewart Gill. Open Saturdays – Tours $ 5.00 per person

Hank’s Garage – Largest collection of running Edsel Cars and lots of local memorabilia. This museum is a passion for “The Car Guys” Hank Davis. 

Tours $ 2.00 per person

Harvey One-Room Schoolhouse, Barn & Prairie – Restored to represent its turn of the century heyday, attend a class.

Tours $ 2.00 per person / $ 20.00 Min. See special events.


First Presbyterian – Historic handmade Presbyterian doll collection and Noah’s Ark Mural.

St. Paul Lutheran – See Eric Grohe’s Mural “The Light. 

Crawford Antique Farm Machinery Museum – Fascinating collection of historic agricultural tools, tractors, and antiques. Tours $ 2.00 per person / $ 10.00 min.

Toledo & Ohio Central (Bucyrus) and The Big Four (Galion) Train Stations – Hear the story of restoration and revitalization to these beautiful train stations. Tours $2.00 per person.

Pickwick Place – Three restored horse barns now house The Stalls-shopping, The Loft-Event Center, & The Market-local food items. Pickwick offers special events throughout the year.