Heritage Avon Lake strives to connect interested parties to shine a light on our past, and preserve it for our future.
The Lorain Lighthouse Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization created to spearhead the preservation of the Lorain Lighthouse. It was also established to maintain the history and integrity of Lorain’s Waterfront.
This historic landmark can be found at the Black River Landing in Lorain.
Visit the Oberlin Heritage Center to explore the history of this small town with nationally significant stories.
Tours of the house, featuring early Greek Revival architecture, are available throughout the summer and by appointment April-November.
Museum contains the history of painter Archibald Willard, artist of the famous "Spirit of '76." The museum also contains Revolutionary and Civil War artifacts.
Monument to the Wellington-Oberlin rescuers that participated in the 1858 rescue of fugitive slave John Price.
Here lie former slaves, famous abolitionists, and many who have become known as Oberlin's faces of change. Click here for a map to guide you through Oberlin's faces of change who now rest here.