Welcome to the Lewisburg Historical Society 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. During the Fall Season to before Halloween, the society conducts mine tour wagon rides through the old Limestone mine during the operation of the Lewisburg Haunted Caves and is well known for its Kettle Corn. Over the years the society has held numerous events and fundraisers. 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!


LHS Events and Announcements

MineTour Wagon Rides
For a truly unforgettable experience, take a non-scary tractor-drawn underground wagon ride through the tunnels of the old limestone mining operation in Lewisburg, Ohio! The cost is $10 for adults; $5 for children 12 and under. Free for Children 2 and under. Cash only. There is an ATM on site.
Explore part of the 44 acres of the mine 80 feet underground and hear the narrator tell the story of the workings of this unique mining operation. Buy a bag of our delicious freshly popped Kettle Corn to take on the tour!
This is not a haunted activity and is very family-friendly. Tours are offered Friday and Saturday evening, beginning Friday, September 13, 2019, through Saturday, November 2, 2019. Tickets may be purchased on-site at the Lewisburg Historical Society Trailer.
Weather permitting, the rides begin at 7:00 and run approximately every 30 minutes until 11:00. We open at 6:00 on Saturdays through October & November. The wagons do not run during inclement weather. The address is 4392 Swishers Mill Rd, Lewisburg, OH 45338-8019.


Chrismas at the Caboose
December 14th, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Get your free golden ticket punched by the Lewisburg Express train conductor and board the caboose to visit Santa and his elves! Browse by the handmade Gingerbread Houses and see who won the contest (see Gingerbread House Contest flyer for details). The event also includes music by the Grove City Singers, coloring contest, free hot chocolate, cookies and cupcakes, and a Lantern Walk from the Depot to the park
- Check back for more details!! -

          Gingerbread House Contest register form and flyer
(to view click on the image, to print click on the Forms tab then click on the form) 

The Blacksmith Shop is open the last Saturday of each month from 10 AM to 2 PM.*
The Lewisburg Historical Society meets every second Tuesday of each month at 7 PM. at the Train Depot.*

*Look at the calendar below for dates.
*Dates/times are subject to change. 



Lewisburg "Snow Ball" Regency Period Dance

LHS year in review 2018
History in Your Own Backyard
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Historic Lewisburg, Ohio - History in Your Own Backyard


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Starting Monday, July 9th the Village of Lewisburg is going to have a Farmer's Market on the Southwest parking lot of Tri-County North School ("The Senior Parking Lot"). 
The time is from 5 PM - 8 PM and is tentatively weekly on Mondays til October. Sponsored by the TCN FFA.
Our Purpose 

Since our founding back in 1992, our purpose has, is and will always be dedicated to preserving the history, artifacts, and the legacy of the historic Village of Lewisburg, OH.

The Lewisburg Historical Society

EST: 1992.

Webmaster: Logan Justis
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