Springboro history speaks to an essential question. Would we risk our own freedom to ensure that of others? Springboro Quakers knew their answer and lived it daily by helping more than 4,000 enslaved people to freedom.
Springboro History Museum is located in the heart of historic Springboro in the city's oldest building. Our volunteers also help maintain the Null House, the oldest in-place log home in Warren County, built in 1798.
We connect our community to its rich history through events and partnerships such as educational programs, monthly presentations, family-friendly events, Juneteenth participation and an outreach speaker series.
There's something fun and creative year-round at Springboro Area Historical Society. Explore popular events like our Haunted Hot Dog Roast, Ice Cream Social, or Reading Between the Wines, a delicious pairing of wine, Springboro history and local authors.
Springboro has left an indelible mark on history for a small town with its politicians, abolitionists, inventors, educators and sports figures. We share research into this fascinating history at our museum and through our personalized Property History Research Program.
Whether your interest is sparked by Quaker abolitionists, pioneer settlers or other-worldly inhabitants, history buffs can immerse themselves in Springboro history with guided tours ranging from the Underground Railroad to the paranormal.
We love to share our history! Stop by the Springboro Area Museum on Saturdays in April and on Friday or Saturday from May through November, or contact us to set up an appointment.
110 South Main Street, Springboro, Ohio 45066, United States