Step Back Into History

Step Back Into History

with the Dublin Historical Society


Our mission is simple:

To enrich our diverse and inspiring city and connect people to our historic past.

  • Collecting, sharing, and preserving historical documents and artifacts
  • Supporting education and research
  • Introducing our heritage to current and future generations

I see my role, through the historical society, as to preserve the photos and the documents and the stories of as many of these good people as we can, so they won’t be too soon forgotten, but for the stones that bear their names.

Tom Holton, Senior Historian and Past President

Walking Tours

“In Dublin, you can stand where it all started.” 

Join Dublin Historical Society volunteers on a tour of Historic Dublin. The route is all within the DORA limits, so feel free to grab a beverage and join us for a Friday Happy Hour stroll. 

May 3, 2024
May 31, 2024
July 12, 2024
August 9, 2024

Tours begin at 5:30 PM at the Visit Dublin Visitor Center, 9 South High Street, and last approximately one hour.  

Admission is $10 per person, payable at the start of the Tour. We accept cash or credit card for your convenience.

To reserve space, please email [email protected]

Fletcher Coffman Homestead Tours

Typifying American farm life of the 1800s, the Civil War era brick house and adjoining farm buildings are a testimonial to the hard-working people who constituted the second generation of Ohio pioneer families.

Tours are available 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM on the following Sundays.

May 5, 2024
June 2, 2024
July 14, 2024
August 11, 2024

Or by appointment by emailing [email protected]

Coffman house w springhouse 3

When the Sells family first gazed out over what was to be Dublin in the early 1800’s, they must have imagined Utopia.