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Bucyrus Historical Society Museum


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An experience into yesterday in Bucyrus. The Scroggs House is the home of the Historical Society Museum that is boasting a bounty of local and regional antiques, keepsaskes and memorabilia, helping to preserve our historical treasures for today and future generations. The Carriage House located behind the home is designed in keeping with the Victorian ambience of the main building. Inside the Carriage House is the unique horse-drawn steam fire engine from our own Bucyrus Fire Department.


Hours: Monday: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Address: Bucyrus Historical Society Museum

202 South Walnut Street

301 South Sandusky Avenue

Phone: (866) 562-0720
Our Email: tourism@cybrtown.com
Our Website:tourism@cybrtown.com

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Attractions and Upcoming Events


American Crossroads Mural

American Crossroads Mural was painted in our downtown area by Artist Eric Grohe of Marysville, Washington in 1999.  This mural depicts the Bucyrus downtown area of yesterday and tells some of the story of persons in Bucyrus. 

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Norton's Flower Shop Tour

Norton's Flower Shop was established in 1882 and is the oldest flower shop still in business in Bucyrus.  The flower shop is a full service florist and has FTD wire service available. 

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Speakeasy "Roaring Twenties Live"

An original play production by the Bucyrus Tourism & Visitors Bureau and the Bucyrus Little Theatre. Our production features two separate shows.  The 30 minute and the hour production.  The show recounts the lively history of Bucyrus'

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Harvey School

Go back in time with a visit to Harvey School.  This school was open for students 1876 to 1918.  A group of interested people formed a committee, Friends of Harvey School,  to restore this school and open it for the educational purposes of  keeping  

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