The Wyoming Historical Society has prepared several self-guided walking tours. The following are a brief description of each and a link to a printable guide and map.

Wyoming’s Historic District
Wyoming’s Historic “Village” District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in September 1986, and includes more than three hundred buildings in the heart of Wyoming. It is described by the Ohio Historical Preservation Office as “a one-of-a kind community with an extremely impressive array of architecture.”

Click for a printable guide and map of the Historical Walking Tour. Paper copies are available at the Historical Society Office.

This tour provides information on buildings with significant history and unique architecture, characteristic of the times. Throughout the District, lovely old trees and wide expanses of green lawns have blended the vertical lines of nineteenth century styles with the more horizontal lines of twentieth century architecture. The community that evolved has special charm and historical significance.

Trees of History
Wyoming’s citizens have a long history of planting trees to enhance their community. Over time, many of these trees have grown to be great specimens of their species. With a combination of history and botany, this tour offers an enjoyable walk through the village historic district with an eye to the green canopy overhead. Click here for the Trees of History Walking Tour information. Paper copies are available at the Historical Society Office.