West Chester History & Heritage

History and Heritage in West Chester, Ohio! Travelers will enjoy visiting the Station Road Schoolhouse, a quaint, 1900 two-room schoolhouse and three-acre schoolyard located near the Olde West Chester neighborhood. Visitors can also take in heritage in West Chester, Ohio at the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting. First operational in 1944, the museum features displays relating to the history of radio technology and broadcast development.

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Brookside Cemetery

West Chester Road West Chester OH 45069 Location: West Chester Phone: (513) 777-5900

The Brookville Cemetery in West Chester is 12 acres and began as a family cemetery in the mid-1800's.[more]

Voice of America Museum

National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting

8070 Tylersville Rd. West Chester OH 45069 Location: West Chester Phone: (513) 777-0027

The former home of the Voice of America Bethany Station now features displays relating to the history of the Voice of America; broadcast history in the region; the development of radio technology;...[more]

Mill Creek Water

The Upper Mill Creek Conservation Corridor

St. Rte. 747 and Port Union Rd West Chester OH 45069 Location: West Chester Phone: (513) 777-5900

Take a walk through history as you stroll along the trail that follows the path of the former Miami-Erie Canal.[more]