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Fifth Avenue Walking Tour
Date: Saturday, July 13th • Times: 12:00 (includes Bus Option), 12:30, 1:00, & 1:30 (includes Bus Option) • Tour: Covers southern portion of Fifth Ave. • Fee: $5 General Admission • Partner: Fifth Ave. NeighborsFind out more »
Oak Hill Cemetery Tour – SOLD OUT!
ALL TOURS SCHEDULED BETWEEN NOON AND 3:00 P.M. ARE SOLD OUT! We are delighted by your response to this annual tradition. Thank you for your continued interest in our events! Visit and explore the rich history of Oak Hill Cemetery. Guided tours begin with a brief orientation and proceed with a leisurely stroll through this remarkable landscape. Discover a surprisingly broad cross-section of our community represented here and their stories as recorded in memorial architecture, landscape design, and historic photographs.…Find out more »
ONLINE – History To Go | Upper Fifth Avenue Tour
MVHS will partner with Fifth Avenue Neighbors to showcase 8-10 sites along the upper north side corridor, covering more northern properties than our previous tours of Lower Fifth Avenue and the Crandall Park neighborhood. The south and north boundaries for this tour will be Tod Avenue to Gypsy Lane. Learn about the architecture, residents, and interesting facts about this historic area. You don't have to register for this online event. Just visit our MVHS YouTube channel on Saturday, July 25…Find out more »
History To Go | Amazing History Race: Mahoning Valley
Participants in this year’s race will stay within the safety of their cars as they start and finish at Tyler History Center at 325 W. Federal Street in downtown Youngstown. Each vehicle team will be given separate clues to six historic sites around the Mahoning Valley. After finding each site in the order of their clue package, teams must safely take a photo with their smartphone. Upon returning to Tyler History Center, MVHS will check all photo answers and determine…Find out more »
ONLINE – History To Go | Founders Day: Good Humor Tour
A virtual tour celebrates the centennial of the invention of the Good Humor Bar. Youngstown resident, Harry Burt, will be showcased at Tyler History Center, where Burt operated his iconic ice cream and candy-making operation. Other downtown sites associated with Harry Burt will also be featured. You don't have to register for this online event. Just visit our MVHS YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OthCrF_Y0BA on Thursday, September 10 at noon or anytime after its debut.Find out more »
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