Current & Past Exhibitions

Experience Westerville's past through the themed exhibitions of artifacts on display in the Westerville History Museum. Walk-ins welcome during regular museum hours.

Displays change periodically, showcasing different items and artifacts from the Westerville collection based on a central theme, including descriptions and historical content.

Welcome to the Table: Westerville's Potluck

Discover the culinary culture of Westerville with an immersive exhibit. Delve into 70 years of diverse food traditions.

Hungry Planet: What the World Eats

Portraits of 30 families around the globe, each with a typical week’s worth of food. By Peter Menzel & Faith D’Aluisio. (Traveling Exhibit)

Breaking the Ice: Trailblazing Women of Westerville

For over 200 years, women with passion, persistence, and courage have shaped the course of Westerville's history. (Virtual Exhibit)

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As the site of the Anti-Saloon League’s former headquarters, the Westerville History Museum works to preserve the history of the temperance movement, the passage of the 18th Amendment, and the Prohibition era.
As the site of the Anti-Saloon League’s former headquarters, the Westerville History Museum works to preserve the history of the temperance movement, the passage of the 18th Amendment, and the Prohibition era.

Past Exhibits

2021-2022 - City of Hope: Resurrection City and the 1968 Poor People's Campaign (traveling exhibit)

2019-2021 - Prohibition! Expectation vs. Reality

2017-2019 - Over There: A World War I Exhibit

2016 - Fashion from the Westerville Collection

2015 - World War II

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