Peninsula Library and Historical Society

6105 Riverview Road
Peninsula, OH 44264

About Us

The Peninsula Library & Historical Society opened in 1943 on the second floor of the Peninsula Village Hall where it remained for three years. After a brief stay in the historic Bronson house and an additional seventeen years in the Boston Township Hall, the library moved into its own building in 1964. The Peninsula Library opened a branch facility, the Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum, on the second floor of the historic Boston Township Hall in 1999.

The Peninsula Library and Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the communities in the Cuyahoga Valley vicinity. The Peninsula Library and Historical Society actively collects documents, images, and artifacts which help to establish the history of the area, the personality of the local populace, and the events which have impacted the future of the Cuyahoga Valley communities.

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