13-485 SR 15
Montpelier, OH 43543-9736
Phone: (419) 485-3139
Fax: (419) 485-3130
Arts & Museums
The Southern Michigan Railroad Society is a museum dedicated to preserving the rich history of the surrounding regions right from the time the first track was laid. While the museum is open only on Saturdays between May and September, visitors can take train rides and guided tours in the charming old-world steam engines. Call ahead for varied dates.
A visit to the Kids 'N' Stuff Children's Museum is a rare combination of learning with fun. This lovely museum aims at talking to children in an interactive fashion to give them a glimpse of agricultural life in the state, and also has a number of displays like a make-believe grocery store, a small veterinarian center, a play area for toddlers and much more. The admission price is quite inexpensive but the plethora of fun that lies in store is simply invaluable. Such is the atmosphere at the Kids 'N' Stuff Children's Museum that kids will just not want to leave this place!
Founded in 1984, the gallery provides picture framing to your art piece. Frames that suit your taste are available and their manufactures are renowned names like Bella, Engelsen, Roma, Larson Juhi, Engelsen and Nielsen. To improve the decor of your houses or offices get your art wares framed here. Those who use the service of this gallery include photographers, interior decorators and restaurants. Pictures of landscapes, figurative paintings, abstract paintings, potraits of Gods all are tastefully and artistically framed.
Science Central is a fun place for adults and kids alike. The center has unique exhibits related to science, technology, engineering and math.
For 9 years art classes were going on and the museum was organized from it. Theodore Thieme donated 10 paintings in 1921 and thats how the museum got started. Although this museum is small it's educational. Its great for kids who learn history, and due to its small size get over with it before it starts boring them. The museum has also got shopping to offer, with books, jewellery and art work for sale.
The Historical Center was founded in the early 1920s, with a minimal collection of historical items. Till date it has a stocked a collection of over 20,000 items that put light on the defining moments in Fort Wayne's historical past. The aim is to create an awareness of the history and heritage of the city. The Center over the years, has played host to special events and also hold lectures and talks. Rental facilities are available as well.
This charming roadside museum is known for their various exhibits of paintings, antiques, sculptures, rare mineral stones, charcoal drawings and more. Visitors will find something new each and every time, thanks to the Brueckner Museum's temporary and traveling exhibits. The museum also offers a few permanent pieces. Admission is complimentary, however donations are happily accepted.
The Castle Gallery was built in the early 1900s, as a wedding memorabilia for B. Paul Mossman. This place achieved the distinction of being recognized as a historical monument in the National register. It was later refurbished in 1995, and has since being serving as a gallery where renowned artists showcase their art work. It holds event featuring paintings in panoramic locations. The gallery also plays host to art exhibitions and exhibits works by Andrea Bojrab, Carolyn Fehsenfeld, Dennis J Wojkiewicz, Jane Meredith and Rick Wilson etc. Browse through the website for a complete schedule of the events. Call ahead and fix an appointment if you're planning a visit on Saturdays.
With over 24 years experience and a degree in Fine Arts, James Jur is the owner of this gallery. He is famed for his wood sculpture. Artisan Gallery And Custom Framing is situated in Morris Building at Broadway plaza. The products of Midwest regional artists are showcased and sold here. A tasteful atmosphere is maintained at this gallery and the products sold here are known for their quality.