Welcome to the Terrace Park Historical Society

Save the Date!!  Nov. 2, 2014 –  Annual Members Meeting and Open House

Please join us on Sunday, November 2 at 4pm in our offices at St. Thomas Church for our Annual Members Meeting.    We will also be hosting an Open House of our facilities between 3pm and 5 pm that afternoon.   Refreshments will be served.

Membership Drive

Our annual membership drive is underway.   Please consider supporting us in the following year.    We have some exiting programs planned.   For information about the levels of membership and how to join, please check here.

2014 House Tour a Great Success

Thanks to our homeowners, Matt and Tara Kenneway, Judy and Iain Reid, Tom and Kathy Schneider, Mark and Jennifer Michaelson, Greg and Missy Takas, and Chis and Kate (Nixon) Lowry, and the many other people who volunteered their time and services, our October House Tour was a great success.    Thank you from all of us at the Terrace Park Historical Society!

An Apology:

We would like to apologize to anyone who had trouble opening their Tracker newsletter.   The plastic tabs were impossible to tear.   We promise to use better ones next time.



About the Terrace Park Historical Society

A pioneer settlement along the banks of the Little Miami River.  The winter home of the Robinson Circus.  A neighborhood with decades-long community traditions.  A showplace of elegant and historic homes.

The Village of Terrace Park, Ohio, is all of these and much more.  It is the goal of our organization to foster an understanding and appreciation of the colorful heritage of this unique place called Terrace Park.

Founded in the fall of 2001 as a non-profit 501 c (3) corporation, the Terrace Park Historical Society is organized to collect, maintain and store historical papers, documents and artifacts pertaining to the Village of Terrace Park.   The Society publishes a quarterly newsletter and hosts four general meetings a year.     New members are always welcome, and we invite you to join us on our journey to preserve the history of this special Village!