Visit Glendale Heritage Preservation
Glendale Heritage Preservation and Glendale Heritage Preservation Museum are located in the 1880 Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton railroad depot in the Village Square of Historic Glendale, Ohio.
Preserving the Past for the Future
The Museum is housed in the former Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad Depot building located at 44 Village Square, Glendale, Ohio 45246.
Learn about Local History
The GHP Museum and Gift Shop
44 Village Square
Opening hours are Thursdays and Saturdays 11 am to 3 pm
Operated by the Glendale Heritage Preservation, the Museum is housed in the former Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railroad Depot built in 1880 to replace the original 1854 wooden structure which was leveled by fire. The Village of Glendale and GHP volunteers spent tens of thousands of dollars and thousands of man-hours to restore the depot. It opened as the GHP Museum in May of 1997.
Get a grasp on local history. Come inside and view our displays, which change 3 to 4 times a year. Watch our quick video and learn why Glendale is a historic landmark. Then grab a copy of our Walking Tour through Historic Glendale and take a stroll back in time to the Victorian era with large houses and traffic-free streets lined with ancient trees. When you’re finished, stop back in our Black Squirrel Gift Shop to meet our friendly volunteers and find unique gift items.