4248 SR 5
Newton Falls, OH 44444
Phone: (330) 872-0988
Fax: (330) 872-0988
Arts & Museums
This modern museum building contains exhibits which chronicle the rise and fall of the iron and steel industries in Ohio's Mahoning Valley.
Art museum that hosts rotating displays of student and faculty art work.
The first structure ever built in the United States dedicated to house priceless works by American artists. Permanent and special exhibits are always featured for viewing.
Headquarters of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, the Arms Family Museum is an arts and crafts styled home, built in 1905, featuring a reception room, library, solarium, sitting room, dining room, butler
Free Will Baptist Church of Auburn was set up and built in 1830. It is located on Washington Street in Auburn Corners, Ohio. It is an example of Greek Revival style of architecture and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on May 28, 1976.
The oldest brick building in Alliance that once served as a station on the Underground Railroad. Veiw period rooms and Underground Railroad displays.
The home that landscape artist, Charles E. Burchfield grew up in, is open to his admirers, where they can get acquainted with his childhood. A tour of the Burchfield Homestead Museum, reveals how each room in this home, and the surrounding views, were reflected in most of Charles E. Burchfield's paintings. Burchfield Homestead Society restored the dilapidated structure in 1999 and added a beautiful garden in 2000, that was originally a part of the estate.