Holmes Co Historical Society Victorian House Museum and Millersburg Glass Museum

Ohio to Erie Trail

Architecture Arts, Entertainment & Sports

A closer look at a piece of Millersburg carnival glass.

In the heart of Ohio’s largest Amish settlement sits this 7,000-square-foot, 28-room, Victorian House. The Queen Anne-style mansion, built in 1901, serves as the Holmes County Historical Society’s museum of Victoriana and holds a large collection of Holmes County history. [1]

Just next door sits the Millersburg Glass Museum. Here you can explore the history of glass in Holmes County, and witness some of the painted glass masterpieces that remain cherished by collectors around the world.




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