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Worthington Historical Society [OH]

Worthington Historical Society preserves the unique and colorful history of Worthington, Ohio, which was formed by westward-bound settlers from Western Connecticut. The society maintains four separate attractions, the Orange Johnson House Museum, the Old Rectory, the Doll Museum, and a society Library.

Each of the society's properties offers guided and self-guided tours, along with exhibits and occasional special events. The website offers a history of Worthington, visitor information, and an events calendar.