Ottawa County Historical Museum
Operated by the Ottawa County Historical Society, the museum’s collections include Native American artifacts, exhibits on Camp Perry and WWII prisoner of war camp, Matthews Boat Company, Ford Tri-Motor, commercial fishing industry.
Liberty Aviation Museum
Opened in 2012, the Liberty Aviation Museum showcases a number of operational, historical aircraft and vehicles, including “Georgie’s Gal,” a World War II B-25 Mitchell bomber, a U.S. Navy WWII TBM Avenger, a PT boat, and more. The museum is currently restoring a 1929 Ford Tri-Motor aircraft. The unique history of the Ford Tri-Motor and its role in the history of the Lake Erie Islands is featured in several exhibits. The new hangar expansion is now open . Hangar 2, the boathouse, and the WWII gallery are located a short walk or drive from our main building.
The Tin Goose Diner
Not to be missed, an original vintage 1950s diner, The Tin Goose Diner.
Location information on these historic markers, and others in Ottawa County, go to RemarkableOhio.org.