Miamisburg Heritage Village is a multi building Museum has been authentically furnished and is administered by the Miamisburg Historical Society for the city.
Located at Old Main Street and West Lock Street in Miamisburg
Gebhart Tavern Museum: This log structure was built in 1811 by Daniel Gebhart who, with his father Valentine and two brothers, came to Miamisburg in 1805. The Tavern afforded a place of rest and refreshment for the settlers coming to the area via the river or over the several trails through the region. Many historical items are on display at the Museum depicting life in the early 19th century.
Jacob Kercher Pioneer Home: Early pioneer Jacob Kercher came to Ohio from Pennsylvania in 1806 and settled in the Miami Valley with his wife, Margaret, and her parents, Emanuel and Elizabeth Gebhart. The log home they built (circa 1808-1810) near the Miami River was where they raised two sons and eight daughters.
Hours: 2:00 - 5:00 pm on Sundays, June through October.
Other times by appointment. Call (937) 859-5000.
We always encourage volunteers. If you have a particular area of interest or simply want to serve your community, click on "Join Us" above for a list of volunteer opportunities.
Miamisburg Historical Society
35 South Fifth Street
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342
Phone: (937) 859-5000