Skip to main content

Hancock Historical Museum

Hancock Historical Museum

The Hancock Historical Museum is a privately-funded, non-profit history museum founded in 1970 by five Findlay residents to collect and preserve the rich history of Hancock County. The museum houses permanent exhibits relating to the Gas and Oil Boom of the 1880s, Findlay Glass, Petroleum V. Nasby, the Civil War and World War II. In addition, there are rotating exhibits pertaining to Findlay businesses, social life in Hancock County, and other topics of local and regional interest. As part of its collection, the Museum displays two locally built Grant automobiles. Photograph is courtesy of Denny Gibson


Opening times: Wednesday to Friday : 10 AM to 4 PM, Sunday: 1 PM to 4 PM


422 West Sandusky Street
Findlay, OH 45840
United States

+1 419 423 4433