Welcome to the Lewisburg Historical Society Inc. website! The society was established in February 1992 when 14 citizens met for the purpose of saving the Lewisburg Train Depot after it was feared to be sold at an auction. Since its inception in 1992, the Historical Society restored a 1918 B&O Caboose that is currently located on the backside of the society building and also renovated the H. E. Singer Blacksmith Shop. The Blacksmith Shop is open once a month with a blacksmithing demonstration. Over the years the society has held numerous events and fundraisers such as Farm Days, Lewisburg Bicentennial activities in 2018, SnowBalls, Ice Cream Socials, Christmas At The Caboose, just to name a few. We hold monthly meetings in the train depot building on the second Tuesday at 7:00 PM unless noted differently, we usually don't hold a monthly meeting for the month of December. We are always looking for new members!
Directions from I 70:
From the West: Exit 14. Turn Right onto 503 North. Make a right on Clay street. You will pass the Community Center and Water Treatment facility. Turn right onto Depot Lane.
From the East: Exit 14. Turn Left onto 503 North. Make a right on Clay street. You will pass the Community Center and Water Treatment facility. Turn right onto Depot Lane.
Enjoy this knowledgeable video of the H. E. Singer Blacksmith Shop! The Blacksmith Shop is open every last Saturday of each month (subject to change) for demonstrations from 10 am to 2 pm and is located at 115 E. Lewisburg, Ohio 45338
LHS year in review 2018
Lewisburg "Snow Ball" Regency Period Dance
History in Your Own Backyard
Historic Lewisburg, Ohio
The Lost Town of Euphemia, Ohio
Since our founding back in 1992, our purpose has, is, and will always be dedicated to preserving the history, artifacts, and legacy of the historic Village of Lewisburg, OH.
The Lewisburg Historical Society
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Webmaster: Logan Justis