Who are we?
Frostville Museum is a living history of 19th century Ohio, located in North Olmsted at the corner of Cedar Point and Lewis Roads in the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Reservation. Our goal is to preserve the past and present for the future.
The museum consists of seven historic buildings and two new structures maintained and run by the Olmsted Historical Society. These buildings include: Prechtel House (the only home original to this site), Jenkin's Cabin, Brigg's House, Carpenter House, Stearns Carriage House (our restrooms), and Frostville Village Church. The Gifford General Store, Strelau Events Barn, and Wensink Display Barn are also a part of the village. In 2016, the society moved the Thompson House to Frostville Museum. The Thompson House is under renovation. We also added a Schoolhouse to our buildings.
If you have any questions about our organization, please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Frostville Farmers' Market
The Farmer's Market will reopen May 23rd.
COVID-19 guidelines will be strictly followed.
Seniors and immune compromised customers only from
9:00 - 9:30 am.
Vendors will include:
farmers, bakers, and food vendors
selling packaged foods only at this time.
Please check out Facebook page for updates:
Events & Announcements
This years' events for the Olmsted Historical Society
have been CANCELLED!
What’s Happening at Frostville Museum?
Trash and Treasure Sales
In the Events Barn
September 3rd, 10th, 17th & 24th
(9:00am – 1:00pm)
New items every Thursday