Operated by the Warren Library Association  ■  Free and open to the public
Children's Items

Trumbull County and the Underground Railroad

Civil War 150
Events and Programs
Friends of the Sutliff
Sutliff Family
Warren Library Association

In the display case...
Vintage Tea Tins
(through April)

Historical Playing Cards of Trumbull County

Last updated:
March 27, 2014

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Parlor view of the Sutliff Museum
Parlor View of the Sutliff Museum

Welcome to the Sutliff Museum
Take a step back into the 19th century. Here you’ll find an authentic recreation of the Victorian period in our country’s history, circa 1830-1900. The room is designed to show the furnishings, traditions and atmosphere of the times. The museum hosts changing displays of interest to the community and was certified in 1998 by the Ohio Local History Alliance. Located in Downtown Warren's Historic District, the museum is handicapped accessible.

Location   Second floor of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library
444 Mahoning Avenue, NW
Warren, Ohio 44483
Maps for your visit to the Sutliff Museum
Days/Hours Open   Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
2-4 p.m.
Open at other times by appointment
School and other groups welcome
For More Information   Phone: 330-395-6575
General questions - Email: info@sutliffmuseum.org
Tour questions - Email: tours@sutliffmuseum.org
Staff   Sally Thomas, Curator
Samantha Basile, Assistant Curator/Archivist
Melissa Karman, Assistant Archivist
Comments   Email the site webmaster.
Mission Statement   The mission of the Sutliff Museum is to follow the directives of its founder, Phebe T. Sutliff, by maintaining, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting its collections in order to educate the community on the significance of Trumbull County's heritage, as influenced by, and related to, the Sutliff family, the Victorian era and the Abolition movement. The museum seeks to fulfill this initiative through its programs and activities.

© Warren Library Association, 2014