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  • Arts & Museums

    »McDonough Museum of Art

    Art museum that hosts rotating displays of student and faculty art work.

    Wick Avenue
    Youngstown, Ohio 44555

    »Arms Family Museum

    Headquarters of the Mahoning Valley Historical Society, the Arms Family Museum is an arts and crafts styled home, built in 1905, featuring a reception room, library, solarium, sitting room, dining room, butler

    648 Wick Avenue
    Youngstown, Ohio 44502

    »Butler Institute of American Art

    The first structure ever built in the United States dedicated to house priceless works by American artists. Permanent and special exhibits are always featured for viewing.

    524 Wick Avenue
    Youngstown, Ohio 44502

    »Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor

    This modern museum building contains exhibits which chronicle the rise and fall of the iron and steel industries in Ohio's Mahoning Valley.

    151 West Wood Street
    Youngstown, Ohio 44501

    »SNPJ Slovenian Heritage Center

    Authentic Slovenian costumes, household items, artwork and crafts can be seen at the SNPJ Slovenian Heritage Center, which is operated by the Slovene National Benefit Society.

    270 Martin Road
    Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 16120

    »The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts

    The Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts is located in 2 princely heritage mansions on a hill that were owned by the Hoyt family. The Greek Revival architecture serves as a superb backdrop to the events held here like discussions, competitions, guided tours, art workshops, community parties and cultural festivals. Admission is free. Check website for a list of permanent exhibits and upcoming exhibitions.

    124 East Leasure Avenue
    New Castle, PA 16101

    »Burchfield Homestead Museum

    The home that landscape artist, Charles E. Burchfield grew up in, is open to his admirers, where they can get acquainted with his childhood. A tour of the Burchfield Homestead Museum, reveals how each room in this home, and the surrounding views, were reflected in most of Charles E. Burchfield's paintings. Burchfield Homestead Society restored the dilapidated structure in 1999 and added a beautiful garden in 2000, that was originally a part of the estate.

    867 East 4th Street
    Salem, OH 44460
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