2022 Fostoria Ohio Heritage Home Tour

The Fostoria Area Historical Society (Ohio) is hosting a Heritage Home Tour on Sunday, May 15, 2022.

2022 Fostoria Ohio Heritage Home Tour

Fostoria, Ohio 44830, United States

Created By: Fostoria Area Visitors Bureau

Tour Information

Join the Fostoria Area Historical Society Heritage Home Tour on Sunday, May 15, 2022 from 1:00 - 5 p.m. Guests will drive or walk to each home on the tour as identified by signs in the front yards. The owners will be present at many of the homes, as will members of the historical society. Visitors will also be able to see an artist's rendering of the structure.

Presale tickets for the tour are $20.00 each at the Fostoria Senior Center, 125 West North Street, the North Street Styling Salon at 237 West North Street or by contacting any member of the Fostoria Area Historical Society board of directors. Tickets are $25.00 each when purchased the day of the event.

Homes included in the tour are

  • The Pink House, 223 West Tiffin Street
  • The Crocker House, 133 East South Street
  • The Masonic Temple, 133 East Tiffin Street
  • Foster's Museum on Main Street, 105 North Main Street
  • The Wonderly House, 414 West Fremont
  • The Kimes House, 707 North Countyline Street

The Fostoria Area Historical Society operates museums at 123 West North Street and 105 North Main Street. Both are open from 1-4 p.m. on Saturdays from May - October.

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What You'll See on the Tour

This residence has had several owners since, but it has been traced to the original patent deed from the U.S. government in 1832. The house was believed to be built as a servant’s quarters in 1836. The Pink House is believed to be the old... Read more
The residence is believed to have been constructed somewhere between 1855 and 1861. It remained in the Crocker family until Marguerite Crocker Show, great-granddaughter of builder John Crocker, moved to Fort Worth, Texas aroud 1940.
The cornerstone of the building was laid on May 26, 1913, with more than 750 Masons in attendance--250 alone from Fostoria--and a total crowd of about 5,000 people. Manyrenovations have since taken place, incluing a $30,000 elevator in 1993... Read more
Stop in to the Fostoria Area Historical Society's Historical Annex at 105 N. Main Street--Foster's Museum on Main Street to see memorabilia of Charles Foster. We will be serving cookies and lemonade during the Heritage Home Tour on Sunday, ... Read more
The first listed owner of the house is E.E. Albright in 1893. Wililam T. Porter, the owner of a dry-cleaning service, purchased the home in 1947 and be or his widow resided there until 1997.
Dr. Marcus Dana is believed to have taken residence at Fostoria's oldest house in 1835 at the original Risdon Square, located at the intersection of Countyline and Summit Streets. The house is believed to have remained in his family for 58 ... Read more


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