The Museum is located at 42 North Main Street in downtown Bellbrook and is open by appointment only. Please call 937-848-4666 to schedule your visit. We welcome school groups (daycares, homeschooled students, public/private schools, etc.) to schedule field trips to learn about Bellbrook's history.
Periodic closures due to staffing issues may occur, and this page will be updated to reflect any closures. Admission is free.
In 1965, Evelyn Brock deeded the property at 42 North Main Street to the Village of Bellbrook for use as a historical museum maintained by the City and open to the public. Before Evelyn Brock, William & Harriet Williams and Horace Crowl owned the property.
The Museum's displays focus on our rich local history. You will be able to see artifacts and pictures from before the area was settled to modern times. The displays consist of many items that have been donated or loaned to the Museum by local residents. There is always a new exhibit on display that rotates several times a year.