New Exhibit at Wood County Museum
The creative curatorial team at the Wood County Museum in Bowling Green, Ohio wants to keep you connected all summer. “Kitchen Confidential" is the latest exhibit to be included in their rotating outdoor porch exhibit. Originally this exhibit was featured as a period room in the Museum. Kitchen & laundry inventions give light to how people completed laundry and kitchen tasks in the past. “Kitchen Confidential” will be displayed through Friday, June 19th.
The Wood County Museum's porch exhibits feature exhibits from the Museum's archives. These exhibits are located outside, on their East Wing porch. Guests will be able to enjoy visiting a museum in a social distancing friendly setting! These exhibits are free to tour and will be available to the public throughout the summer.
The Museum also offers three online exhibits, these are all available at woodcountyhistory.org. Also available from the website is a Wood County (non)Driving tour - 32 audio tracks, all featuring local musicians, of short narratives about some of the most interesting features or histories in our Wood County towns.
Questions can be directed to the Museum at any time by calling 419-352-0967 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As always, the grounds are a public park maintained by the Wood County Park District and are open daily 8 AM until 30 minutes past sunset. Additional information about the grounds can be found from the website or in kiosks near the parking lot and herb garden. The Wood County Museum is located at 13660 County Home Road in Bowling Green, Ohio.