The Carnegie Center is open for tours on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 10 am – 3
pm. Our Oral History Project provides insight into the people who came to Lorain looking for
work and a better life for their families. Spend time learning more about the industries that
employed thousands of people for many years. Plan to go shopping in our Gift Shop as
another way to support the Lorain Historical Society. Most of our items are hand-crafted and
Lorain-themed. Make sure you visit our “Children’s Corner” for a gift for your child or
grandchild. Check out our “Calendar” for details and for more information on Special
Programs at the Carnegie Center.
The Moore House Museum is open for tours on Tuesdays from 10 am – 3 pm and for special
programs. Home to Mayor Leonard Moore and his family during the 1920’s, the Moore
House gives visitors unique insight into daily life at that time. Check out our “Calendar” for
more information on Special Programs at the Moore House.
An admission fee of $5 is charged for adults and seniors; $3 for students from age 6 - 21; free
for children up through age 6, but must be accompanied by an adult. Lorain Historical Society
Members can use their free passes for a tour.
We welcome groups of 10-15 to visit either the Carnegie Center or the Moore House. Please
contact us to make special arrangements for your visit. We request the courtesy of at least a
two week lead time for group tours. Call 440-245-2563 or email us at email@example.com.
We can provide a continental breakfast or lunch for your group with advance notice and for an