Take a step back in time to the 19th and 20th centuries on a historic site tour! Spring Hill farm was settled by prominent New England Quakers, Thomas and Charity Rotch. Guests can tour the Rotch's 1821 home and discover its unique features, artifacts, furnishings and history. The site's sixteen acres include serene wooded trails and several outbuildings related to the site's farming operations. Spring Hill is proud to be part of the National Parks Service's Underground Railroad Network to Freedom as a documented site on Ohio's Underground Railroad.
Tours: Our summer tour season offers tours on Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00, 2:00 and 3:00 PM. Reservations are not required for these dates but are preferred. Tours may be scheduled year-round by interested parties of two or more by contacting the Spring Hill Site Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330.833-6749. Tours of the 1821 farmhouse last 45-60 minutes, and a combined house and grounds tour will last roughly 90 minutes.
Planning an event? Spring Hill Historic Home provides a vintage, country backdrop for your special day. With flexible rentals for wedding ceremonies, showers, or photo sessions, we can make your experience truly unique. Whether you love our 1820s farmhouse, vintage barn and outbuildings, picturesque lane, or 16 acres of woods and hills, Spring Hill is the perfect place to bring your guests to celebrate your special moments.
Spring Hill Historic Home participates in the Blue Star Museums and Museums for All programs. Blue Star Museums offers free admission to active-duty military personnel, including the National Guard and Reserves, and their families. Museums for All allows those receiving food assistance through SNAP/EBT four free admissions per card.