March 17-18 Frontier Encampment at Goshen Log Cabin at Cook Farm. Grassy Run Historical Art Committee returns to the Goshen Log Cabin for a two day encampment featuring Clermont County frontier life in 1792. Free and open to the public.
Our museum is open every Tuesday 10am - noon, the 1st Wednesday of the month from 6-8pm, and by appointment for groups, March through December.
GTHS Board of Trustees meetings are the 2nd Monday of the month (March through November), 7pm at "The Anchorage" 1843 State Route 28, Goshen, OH 45122. Open to Board members and invited guests.
We are seeking vintage horse tack and blacksmith tools for the new blacksmith shop next to the Goshen Log Cabin at Cook Farm. Please review our donations policy then contact us via at email GoshenHistory@gmail.com or call Linda at 513.223.9333.
House History Research Guide available.Click here to download the guide with directions on researching your historic home, helpful resources, and a submission form to compile the results of your research. When finished, please email your house history submission form to us so we can include your house in our archives.
Meetings, Programs and Events
Log Cabin open 3rd Sunday of the month from 1-3pm
Scout troops, clubs, youth groups: our Log Cabin is available for private tours.
Email us to schedule your trip back to the 19th century!