Guided tours of several restored historical sites throughout the quaint, peaceful Village of Pemberville, Ohio.
The Pember Furry House was home to founding family and the Civil War veteran Jacob Furry. This home is beautifully restored to reflect its time period of the 1850’s. Behind the home sits the 3rd schoolhouse known to Pemberville, uniquely built with a dome ceiling. It is ready for students! Also behind the home is a working blacksmith cottage with period tools from the area and a smokehouse that will serve you the best sausage on a stick that you’ve ever tasted!
Additional sites opening their doors in conjunction with the Ohio History Connection’s Ohio Open Doors are:
- Pemberville Opera House
- The Depot
- Elihu Mason Park, Historical Markers available to view.
Pemberville also boasts an old general store, one of the oldest in the state, continuously operating for over a century. Visit www.pembervillehistoroy.org for more information.