The Salem Methodist Church's Wirsching organ was first installed in 1887 and then in 1911 following the dedication of their present building
Dale Shaffer Meeting Room
Our volunteers are a vital part of the many tasks performed at the museum. If you have Monday, Wednesday, and/or Thursday mornings free, we have many areas to put your skills and interest to work for our community.
Volunteers do everything needed to maintain and preserve our Salem history. Either call or stop in during our office hours and discuss your interests and availability with us.
The Salem Historical Society will again be participating in the Smithsonian magazine Museum Day, offering free admission to nationwide museums during the weekend of September 26 and 27. Click here then scroll down to print a free ticket good for two persons. Whether one lives in California, New York, Florida, or Ohio, there are all types of museums that participate and welcome your attendance. We urge you to take advantage of this opportunity.
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Hours of Operation
Main Entry for Meeting Room and Gift Shop at the
Dale Shaffer Research Library
239 South Lundy
Sundays Tours 1-4pm
(May through October)
Tours begin at the rear door of the Pearce House in the old meeting room on Shaffer Way.
The Salem Historical Society
208 South Broadway Ave
Salem, OH 44460
(330) 337 - 8514
....keeping and making history