Berea Historical Society’s Mahler Museum & History Center
118 E. Bridge St.,
P.O. Box 173, Berea, OH 44017
May-Dec., Su. & Tu. 2-4 PM; or by appointment;
Cost: Free, donations appreciated
The Mahler Museum, a Berea sandstone dwelling built in 1854, was named in honor of local businessman and benefactor Otto Mahler. The house is decorated and furnished in the late Victorian period. Exhibits include a replica of Gray’s Candy Kitchen, artifacts from Berea’s sandstone quarries, an 8-foot Victorian dollhouse and an automobile built in Berea in 1898.
This institution is #10 on the locator map.