Preserving Peninsula's Past for the Future.

Museum Objects

The museum objects in the Foundation’s collection are representative of a wide range of decorative arts; architectural & interior design furnishings and samples; historic building artifacts; interior & exterior building furnishings; and the history of Peninsula, the surrounding area including the Cuyahoga Valley through the Ohio & Erie Canal era to the present day.

Our collections come from many sources, including the Hunker – Brown family and local residents of Peninsula like the Congers, Fleders, Bishops, and many others. The Foundation is grateful and encouraged by the participation of local residents in the preservation of Peninsula’s important and fascinating history.

Be sure to check out the expansive collection of objects at the G.A.R. Hall Museum and the Bronson Church.

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