Formed in 1958 the Clermont County Historical Society has recorded Clermont County Ohio history for over 50 years.
Clermont County Historical Society
Museum & Office
The Society maintains an archives, small museum, and office at Harmony Hill, 299 S. Third Street, Willamsburg. It is open to the public on the first Saturday of the Month from 1-4 PM and at other times by appointment.
In addition to displays of historical artifacts concerning Clermont County, the Society has an extensive archives of documents, books, photographs, and other materials related to Clermont County history. The archives is indexed as an aid to persons doing research on the county or their family.
At the same location the Harmony Hill Association has an extensive collection of items related to the history of Williamsburg and Major General William Lytle, the "Father of Clermont County." The Lytle Dairy House, the oldest structure in Clermont County, is on the site.
Museums of Clermont County
Visit Clermont County Historical Museums. Clermont County has a variety of museums located around the county. These make interesting one day trips to enjoy on the weekends. Museums of Clermont County