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Heritage Highlights: Latest News & Updates from the Wolcott Heritage Center

MONROE MICHIGAN HISTORICAL

EDUCATOR FIELD TRIP: June 19, 2024

For educators and history buffs alike! We will be exploring local historical locations including River Raisin Territorial Park, Sawyer House Museum, Monroe County History Museum, and other points of historic interest.  Click here for more details and for registration.

History Summer Camp: June 24 - 

June 27, 2024

Students will experience life in the 1800s with hands-on activities and learning experiences exploring life for Native Americans and Early Americans in the Maumee Valley. Click here for more information and for registration.  

4th Grade Students can visit the Wolcott complex free with a paid Adult Admissions.

The America 250-Ohio Commission and history-related museums and sites recently introduced the new 4th Grade History Pass – a special program that allows Ohio 4th grade students with the chance to attend participating history museums and historic sites free of charge, with a paid adult. 

The Wolcott House is a symbol of Maumee's connection to the past and the centerpiece of our beautiful estate grounds.  

The Federal/Classic Revival house, as well as surrounding buildings and grounds, are open for guided tours every Saturday at 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.,  May through December.    

Address

1035 River Road

Maumee, Ohio 43537


Admissions: 

Seniors: $5.00 

Adults: $6.00

Students: $2.00 

Children 2 and under: Free



Our six-acre Wolcott Heritage Center includes: 

-The Wolcott House

-The 1902 Historic Monclova Church (available for weddings & special event rentals)

-The 1840s one-room Box Schoolhouse

- The Gilbert-Flanigan Farm House

-The Log House. 

-1890s Clover Leaf Train Depot and Caboose