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Our Mission

The Wyoming Historical Society is a nonprofit organization with the purpose of collecting, preserving, and disseminating historical and genealogical information pertaining to Wyoming, Ohio. It encourages local historical research and promotes interest in Wyoming’s heritage. The Historical Society played an instrumental role in listing the City’s Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

The Historical Society is located in the lower level of the Wyoming City Building at 800 Oak Avenue.

Want to find out more about the historical society and how to get involved? Feel free to contact us:


Hours are Tuesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and by appointment.

To view our walking tour, tree tour, newsletter and other publications please visit our site on the City of Wyoming's web site:

Available Now!

You lived the life, now play the game! Remember when you played Monopoly as a kid? Well here’s your chance to play a variation of the classic. The Wyoming Historical Society has created a new and fun version: Wyoming-Opoly.

Available at the City Building, M-F, 8am-4pm or Tuesday, 11-3, at the Historical Society. Both located at 800 Oak Avenue.  Also available at the Wyoming Pastry Shop.  Cost is $30 cash or check to Wyoming Historical Society.

Want to send one to a friend?  Shipping boxes available for $2 each.  If you have questions call 513-842-1383.

This is your chance to have a family game full of nostalgia and excitement to cherish for years to come!
Membership Opportunity
Stay up to date on all that is going on at the Wyoming Historical Society!  To ensure you are 'In The Know' become a member of the Historical Society. 

It's simple to do and your membership dues go toward the continued care of our collections, development of programming, and helping us fulfill our mission.


Who Was Robert Reily? 

Two years before he was killed in the Battle of Chancellorsville during the Civil War, Robert Reily called neighbors together at his home where they selected Wyoming as the name for their town.



Dedicated in 1926, this statue honors not just those who served in World War I but also those who did their part in so many other ways to help win that war.

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