Towers Hall is the oldest building at Otterbein University in Westerville. The building was designed by architect R.T. Brookes, who also designed the original Columbus City Hall. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Towers Hall is known for its Victorian Gothic architecture. As part of the Ohio History Connection’s Ohio Open Doors Program, Otterbein University Archivist Stephen D. Grinch will offer an illustrated talk about the history of the school’s iconic landmark and then lead guests on a walking tour of the building. After the tour, attendees will have time to discuss and reflect in the building’s beautiful Philomathean Room.