There's so much to see in Trumbull County that you’ll have a difficult time deciding what to do first.
We’re full of places to explore, experience and enjoy.
Those looking for family-friendly adventures that include both educational and fun experiences will find a number of local museums and out-of-the-ordinary places.
Our collection of distinctive structures and urban landmarks, such as Ohio's oldest Civil War Monument, soda fountain and still-in-service covered bridge, date back to as far as the 1800s and showcase the historical significance of Trumbull County.
Arts lovers will find theater productions, visual treasures and monthly concerts that take center stage.
Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership
Established in 2010, local non-profit organization providing programming and projects, including the Warren Farmers Market and the Trumbull County Land Bank, that improve the quality of life in the neighborhoods of Warren.
Ward Thomas House Museum
Victorian Mansion, included on the National Register of Historic Places, situated in a park-like setting with formal gardens.
Master Gardeners' Education & Research Garden
Floriculture garden, featuring more than 12 themed plats. Guided garden tours and special events are scheduled during the summer.
Pies and Thighs Amish Home Cooking
Dine at this "By Reservation Only" Trumbull County Amish home and experience an Amish home-cooked meal!
The Robins Theatre
The Robins Theatre is a 1,400 seat historic theatre in downtown Warren, Ohio presenting a wide variety of entertainment and concerts year-round.
Elm Road Triple Drive-In Theatre
Call or check the website for current movie listings! Watch first-run double features for one low price.
The Fowler General Store
Make plans to visit their historic building constructed in 1864 with original tin ceiling and wood floor filled with goodies from yesteryear.
National Packard Museum
Featuring the history of the Packard family, the Packard Motor Car, and other Packard enterprises. It hosts a number of special exhibits throughout the year including the annual Antique Motorcycle Exhibit every January-May and its Packard Legacy Weekend in July. Visit the website for hours and a schedule of exhibits and events.
Escape History Escape Rooms
We are not your average escape room. In fact, we will take you back in time to real historical situations, and provide you with the opportunity to see if you and your group can change history.
Connecticut Land Title Office
Now home to the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau, this building once served as the headquarters for the Connecticut Land Company where tracts of land were sold.
Ernie Hall Aviation Museum
New Trumbull County museum honoring local contributions to the field of aviation, bearing the name of one of America’s most well-regarded aeronautical pioneers, Warren, Ohio native Ernest C Hall. The museum is filled with local, national and international aviation memorabilia from the birth of the industry through present day.
Putt-Putt Fun Center of Warren
One of the last authentic Putt Putt courses in the world!
Extreme Air Trampoline Park
Welcome to the ultimate experience! Run, don’t walk and bounce on over to Extreme Air Trampoline Park, Trumbull County's only trampoline park. With over 10,000 square feet of custom made trampolines adjoining the floors and walls, and set in a family friendly atmosphere, we are dedicated to one thing: EXTREME FAMILY FUN & FITNESS!
Hartford Orchard LLC
Hartford Orchards is a family-owned and operated fruit and vegetable farm and farm market. We strive to offer the highest quality fresh fruit & vegetables to our customers by growing most of what we sell on our 13 acre farm.
William McKinley Birthplace Museum
The William McKinley Birthplace Museum honors the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley, who was born and raised in Niles, Ohio. The museum contains artifacts of McKinley’s life and his presidency.
North Bloomfield Historical Society
Formed in 1999, dedicated to the preservation of the North Bloomfield community and the restoration of the Town Hall built in 1893. The mission of the organization is to share the stories and events that have shaped the community since it was settled in 1815. Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month.
Cortland Opera House (circa 1841)
Originally the site of one of the first Methodist churches in the country, it's now home to the Bazetta-Cortland Historical Society.
Member-based organization promotes Geauga County and the fourth largest Amish community in the world. Learn about shopping opportunities, unique retail establishments, beautiful scenery, and Amish culture and delicious food, by request a copy of their latest Visitor Guide or visiting their website.
This museum features the history of the Sutliff family - from pioneer days of the Ohio Western Reserve, through the days of the Civil War, to the height of the Victorian era. Members of the Sutliff family were active in the local abolition movement and conductors on the Underground Railroad.
Beautifully landscaped park adjacent to City Hall, featuring walkways, courtyards and a stone bridge spanning a brook. Dedicated to women, past and present, who have made a difference in Trumbull County's local communities. Gardens are maintained by volunteers from the Upton Association.
The Harriet Taylor Upton House (circa 1840)
This national historic site became the home of women’s suffrage leader Harriet Taylor Upton in 1887. It also served as the headquarters of the National American Women’s Suffrage Association from 1903-1905. Open to the public by appointment or during special dates. Check their website for more information.
Pumpkin patch, corn maze, and sunflower field. Come visit for our Fall Fun Days, Hayrides, and a Fun Adventure Zone! Scheduled Weekend Activities for both Children and Adults.
Annual Hartford Apple Festival
A weekend of family fun.
Trumbull County Fairgrounds
Host of the County's annual agricultural fair every July, additional events are held here throughout the year including car shows, 4-H shows, fall cross-country meets and more. For facility rental information contact the Fair Office.
Bending Oak Farm
Bending Oak Permaculture Farm is an educational farm committed to our mission of showing people what is possible when looking to create a more sustainable world.
Barn Quilt Trail
This community organized trail is in the early development stage and will feature quilt blocks displayed on barns around the countryside of Trumbull County.
Underground Railroad Exhibit
Designated as a Freedom Station by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center Cincinnati, this exhibit provides a glimpse of local anti-slavery sentiments from the 1820s to the 1850s. It is located on the second floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library in downtown Warren, directly outside the doors of the Sutliff Museum and is available for viewing during regular library hours.
"First Flight" Lunar Module
A half-scale replica of Apollo 11’s lunar landing module, nearly 13 feet tall and 12 feet wide, marks the site where the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong, took off during his first airplane ride at the age of six.
Red Basket Farm
Twelve month, extended season - fresh naturally grown produce.
John's Country Nursery
Open year round we have built a reputation for having exceptional quality plants and gifts, reasonable prices, and most importantly, outstanding customer service.
BRITE Energy Innovators
Leavittsburg Heritage Museum
The Leavittsburg Heritage Museum building was generously donated to the DLIA in 1998 by the Polivka family.
Morgan History Center
The Owen and Mary Morgan House is now home to the Morgan History Center and the Trumbull County Historical Society. At the History Center, you can discover new exhibits, research local history and attend one of their many events.
Ridgeview Tours, LLC
Ridgeview Tours, LLC is a full-Service receptive operator supplying itineraries and step on guide service for groups of 20 people or more.
John Stark Edwards House Museum (circa 1807)
One of the oldest known structures in Trumbull County, this museum is a legacy to the early pioneers of the Connecticut Western Reserve.
Warren-Trumbull County Public Library
The Main Library is also home to the Local History and Genealogy Center and the Sutliff Museum.
Warren Heritage Center
Built in 1832 by General Simon Perkins as a wedding gift for his daughter Olive Douglas Perkins, and her husband, Frederick Kinsman, today serves as the home of the Warren Heritage Center. The Center tells the story of the City of Warren and its role as the first economic and government center of the historic Connecticut Western Reserve.
Millionaires Row & Mahoning Ave. Historic District
Home to Millionaires Row, where the "Who's Who" of industry, commerce and politics lived in stately mansions that lined the street during the 1800s.
Antique Tractor Club of Trumbull County
Historical repository and club for those interested in the collection, restoration, preservation and exhibition of farm machinery and tractors of historical value.
McKinley Birthplace Home
Located on the site of the original McKinley home (and birthplace of President William McKinley), and just down the street from the William McKinley Birthplace Museum. Features the replica home of the family's rooms, and a research center.
Packard Barn Mural
Packard Automobile Barn mural - eighth in a series of barns that showcase innovators, innovations or accomplishments from Ohio history.
Locally owned and operated twin drive-in theatre. 2 movies for one low price.
Newton Falls Covered Bridge (circa 1831)
Constructed in 1831, this bridge is the second-oldest covered bridge in Ohio still in service.
Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery
Selected by John Kinsman, the man behind the town's namesake, Kinsman Presbyterian Cemetery, also known as the "old cemetery" is one of the oldest cemeteries in Trumbull County, first being used in 1804.
3/8-mile semi-banked, dirt and clay oval track open since 1929, offering weekly races from April through September. Visit website for race schedules, updates and special events.
Horse and Buggy Tours
Enjoy an authentic Amish horse and buggy ride as you explore Mesopotamia's Amish Culture and the historic Common Square in a guided tour by Wayne Hershberger.
Niles Union Cemetery
Niles Union Cemetery in Trumbull County Ohio got its start in 1806 and was originally known as Jack Oak Burying Ground. It would suffer major damage over a century later in 1985 when a rare, powerful tornado passed through the area.
Mesopotamia Village Historic District
The center of town, better known as the "Commons", is surrounded by 28 buildings, 21 of built before the Civil War and are included on the National Register of Historic Places. Today it is part of the fourth-largest Amish Settlement in the country and second-largest in Ohio.
Dave Grohl Alley
Alley of local artist murals and sculptures in honor of Warren-born Foo Fighters front-man and former Nirvana drummer, David Grohl. Runs parallel to E. Market Street downtown. West entrance adjacent to Burger King restaurant on Main Street SW. Grohl, who was born in Warren and moved to Alexandria, VA at a young age, still has family in Warren and spent many summer vacations in the area.
East Greene Cemetery
A tract of land longer than it is wide along the south side of Dennison-Ashtabula Road, the East Greene Cemetery is a bucolic pioneer burial ground set at the edge of a forest glade in Trumbull County Northeast Ohio.
Octagon House (circa 1858)
Now a private residence, this unique eight-sided house, which contains eight trapezoid-shaped rooms, was the boyhood home of Clarence Darrow, the nationally acclaimed lawyer in the The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes ("Scopes Monkey Trial").
Perkins Mansion (1871)
Originally built in 1871 as the home of civic leader Henry Bishop Perkins and his family. The building has served as Warren's City Hall since 1934. Building open to the public daily 8am-4pm (closed 12-1pm for lunch). Offices, basement, and attic off-limits. No formal tours but written info is available.
Moss Ancestral Home
An 1843 Pennsylvania style bank house.
OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children's Center for Science & Technology
Interactive museum featuring hands-on exhibits that allow both children and adults to have fun while learning.
Kinsman House (circa 1832)
Located along Millionaires Row in historic downtown Warren, this Greek Revival mansion is included on the National Historic Registry and features white marble mantles and black walnut staircase, woodwork and arched doorways.
The Trumbull County Courthouse (circa 1895)
One of the oldest judicial facilities of its kind in Ohio, the Romanesque-style structure was completed in 1897, making it the third courthouse to occupy the location in Courthouse Park. It was placed on the National Registry of Historic Sites in 1975.
Mahoning Avenue Pioneer Cemetery
The Mahoning Avenue Pioneer Cemetery is located in Warren Ohio and is believed to be one of the oldest designated cemeteries in the area dating back to the early 1800's.
Vienna Memorial Cemetery
The Vienna Memorial Cemetery is tucked behind the quaint New England-style village green of Vienna Center and faithfully serves as a resting place for Vienna Township’s deceased for over 130 years including some noteworthy individuals local to Trumbull County and its history.
Ohio's First Civil War Monument
Erected in 1863, two years prior to the ending of the civil war
Monument Park and Trumbull County Veterans Memorial
Located on the east bank of the Mahoning River, the memorial commemorates the sacrifices of local citizens in military service.
Gustavus Center National Historic District
Located at the intersection of State Routes 87 and 193, this national historic district area has 12 buildings listed on the National Historic Registry. The prominent architecture styles include both Greek Revival and Federal.