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Ashville Area Heritage Society
34 Long Street

Ashville, Ohio 43103

Phone: 740-983-9864

Email:  aahs@ohiosmalltownmuseum.org

Regular Hours:
Tuesday-Friday - 10am - 3pm

Saturday: 9am -12 noon

Sunday and Monday: Closed
Closed Saturdays - November 1st through March 31st

Take some time to watch our Welcome Video that will give you an idea of the treat that is in store for you at Ashville Area Heritage Society’s - Ohio Small Town Museum

17 Star Flage

Traffic Light

This link will lead folks to information
on then Ashville resident Teddy Boor’s invention.  Ashville’s traffic light that hung over the intersection of Main St. and Long St. well into the 80’s

 The Annex

Click for information about the Annex purchase and construction that allowed Ashville Area Hertitage Society to expand.

Our MuralMorbi eros

Clicking on this link will take folks to information about Ashville Area Society’s mural that passersby see as they drive by the museum along Long Street.  


Click for information on this wonderful historic item that became Ohio’s State Bicentennial Centerpiece.  Ohio celebrated its bicentennial with this historic flag found in Ashville.

It's with great sadness that Ashville Area Heritage Society has heard of the passing of two wonderful members and volunteers of the museum; Art and Ada Lou Deal. They were involved in an automobile accident on October 22nd.

Neither Art nor Ada Lou ever retired from caring about this community.

There will be accolades from many sectors of our community recounting the ways people’s lives were
influenced by this couple. It is our hope that others will be inspired by their lives to volunteer of their
time and talents for the betterment of the community.
There could be no better tribute to their memory.
Their obituary can be found at http://www.circlevilletoday.com/obituaries/arthur-deal-jr-and-ada-lou-deal/article_4ce470e1-46fe-5aee-9f30-43bda68229d2.html in the Circleville Herald.

We will miss you Art and Ada Lou Deal