Below are listings for things to do in Warren and beyond. Take a peak at the other exciting attractions in the area! For a full listing of local events and attractions, visit the Trumbull CountyTourism Bureau and Visiting Mahoning County.
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444 Mahoning Avenue NW
The Warren-Trumbull County Public Library and its branches offer a variety of children, teen and adult programs including lectures and performances. All are free unless noted otherwise and are open to the public. Check website for hours of operation and schedule of events.
444 Mahoning Avenue NW
(330) 399-8807 x202
Located on the second floor of the library, this facility houses a collection that is arranged by subject and locality and includes helpful Ohio and US guides, numerous Ohio county histories and genealogical data with an emphasis on Trumbull County. Information from several other states is also included in the collection.
303 Monroe Street, NW
The Trumbull County Historical Society owns and operates the John Stark Edwards House and Museum. Built in 1807, it is the oldest home in Trumbull County. Several rooms in the Edwards House depict the lives of its residents at various periods, from pioneer days to the late nineteenth century.
380 Mahoning Avenue NW
Built by General Simon Perkins in 1840, this national historic site became the home of women’s suffrage leader Harriet Taylor Upton in 1887. It also served as the headquarters for the National American Women’s Suffrage Association from 1903 until 1905 when it was moved to the Courthouse. In 1909, the organization relocated to New York City.
1899 Mahoning Avenue NW
This museum features the history of the Packard family, the Packard Motor Car and other Packard enterprises. It hosts a number of special exhibits throughout the year including the annual Antique Motorcycle Show every January-May and its Packard Car Show in July. Check website for hours of operation and a schedule of exhibits and events.
2487 Parkman Road
This half-scale replica of Apollo 11’s lunar landing module, which is nearly 13 feet tall and 12 feet wide, marks the site where the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong, took off during his first airplane ride at the age of six.
40 North Main Street, Niles, OH 44446
This memorial and library honors the 25th President of the United States, William McKinley, who was born and raised in Niles, Ohio.
524 Wick Avenue, Youngstown, OH 44502
The Butler Institute is the first museum of American art. The Institute's holdings now exceed 20,000 individual works, and the Butler is known worldwide as "America's Museum." The Beecher Center, housed in the south wing of the Butler's Youngstown location, is the first museum addition dedicated solely to new media and electronic art. The Butler also operates a satellite facility in Howland Township.
From the casual visitor to the local explorer, Mill Creek MetroParks offers a natural escape and recreational activities for the enjoyment of all ages. Come see for yourself.
11 West Federal Street, Youngstown, Ohio 44503
An interactive museum featuring hands-on exhibits and educational programs based in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) that allows both children and adults to have fun while learning.