Roseville Historical Society

The Roseville Historical Society was founded in 1998, and is a private non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and promoting the history of Roseville, Ohio. The Society seeks to achieve this mission through a variety of public programs, including exhibits, lectures, walking tours, and a research library. Since the Society is still evolving, many of the programs mentioned above have not yet been implemented. Check back with us periodically for an update on our status.

Roseville Historical Society
140 S. Main Street
Roseville, Ohio 43777

Roseville Historical Museum

The Roseville Historical Museum is open the first Sunday of each month from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Admission is $2.00 for adults and .50 for children.

Location and History

The village of Roseville is located approximately 10 miles southwest of Zanesville, Ohio. Incorporated in 1840, Roseville is home to some of the finest American pottery produced in the 20th century. The Roseville Historical Society is located at 140 S. Main Street in historic downtown Roseville, Ohio.

Volunteer Opportunities

The Roseville Historical Society relies on volunteers of all ages to assist on projects planned for the coming year. Opportunities include research, event planning, guiding walking tours of downtown, and a variety of special projects. Individuals interested in volunteering should contact Joan Spring (740-697-7984) or John and Rose Hina (740-697-7814).

Membership Information

The Roseville Historical Society is a non-profit organization that relies on the generosity of its friends and supporters to preserve, promote, and celebrate the history of our community. Members receive a quarterly bulletin which announces four programs a year, discounts on Society publications, and advance notice of special events. Individuals may become members of the Society by making a contribution in the amounts as follows:

Individual:      $10.00

Family:          $15.00

Business:      $100.00

Membership runs with the calendar year. Your donation is tax deductible to the full extent provided by the law. For more information contact Joan Spring (740-697-7984) or John and Rose Hina (740-697-7814).

This site is provided courtesy of the Perry County Historical and Cultural Arts Society.