Rose Hill Museum reopens with 'A Nod to the Past'

Rose Hill Museum reopened for the 2022 season on April 24 with the exhibit, “A Nod to the Past.”

Learn about important elements in Bay Village history like the Dover-by-the-Lake library at Rose Hill, the beginnings of Baycrafters and the Lake Erie Junior Museum (now the Lake Erie Nature & Science Center), and the opening of Parkview School. The Wischmeyer model boat exhibit is complemented by a display of vintage bathing suits. A Suffrage poster on display in the parlor encourages voting. The parlor is decorated in 1920s fashion, to tie in with the library and school history.

The nearby Osborn Learning Center houses a “Crime Room,” with exhibits detailing the career of Eliot Ness and the criminal case of Sam Sheppard.

Rose Hill Museum and the Osborn Learning Center, 27715 Lake Road, are open from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sundays from April through December. Admission is free. Group tours can be arranged.

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Volume 14, Issue 9, Posted 10:36 AM, 05.03.2022