Myers Inn Museum

Is Open for Timed Ticket
Reservations on Saturdays

Make Reservations at 740-965-3582.
Maximum of 10 family members in a tour.
Arrive at scheduled time at Ramp Entrance.  Tours may last 1.5 hours.
Must wear mask and social distance inside building. 


May 17 at 7 p.m. . . .

World War II - The Homefront
by Van Young
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This is a Zoom Program - link will be emailed to those getting
B.W.A.H.S. Newsletter via email


Myers Inn Museum and Gift Shop
home of
Big Walnut Area Historical Society

faces Sunbury Village Square in the center of Sunbury, Ohio
Open 12-3 on Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays
10-5 on Saturdays 
located at 45 South Columbus but MAIL MUST GO TO P.O. Box 362, Sunbury. Ohio 43074
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Walk Around Sunbury Square
with Polly Horn   Learn More

April 1,  available through May
Paul Revere - The Legend, The Myth, and The Patriot Man
a YouTube Program
By Brent Carson
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May 17 at 7:00 p.m.
World War II - The Homefront
by Van Young
via Zoom link will be sent to the BWAHS Members


Delaware County Foundation Grant . . . .                                   
from Del-Co Water Community Fund

Grant for Building Maintenance on Myers Inn
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Delaware County Community Foundation Grant . . . .                             
Preserving Photographs for Tomorrow
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Cats Meow

Sunbury Town Hall - $18
Myers Inn Museum - $18


Iron Plant or Lamp Holders $5 to $10
made in the Myers Inn Blacksmith Shop
by Rick Helwig

Children's Historical Fiction
The Belling (in Sunbury, Ohio) by John Durham

Lou Henry Mugs - $14 to $24

Pirate Activities Book
Vintage Paperdolls  and Coloring Books
Norman Rockwell Coloring Book

Christian Historical Fiction
Children's Books by local Author Karen Meyer

A Bit about Our Past in the Big Walnut Community
More About Our Past in Big Walnut Community
both compiled by Suzanne Allen for
Big Walnut Area Historical Society

Sunbury's Bicentennial Heritage Cookbook
Compiled and published by
Big Walnut Area Historical Society  
$22 in Myers Inn Gift Shop

Auto Tour Booklets
of Big Walnut's Historical Treasures
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Big Walnut Area Historical Society
Fund Raisers Keep the Myers Inn Open


Kroger Community Rewards Program

Enroll for Kroger Community Rewards Program.  Our organization number is

Amazon Smile
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Thanks for helping support BWAHS! 


Sunbury's World War II Veteran Jim Krebs
Honored by President Trump on Memorial Day 2020
at Fort McHenry
Learn More About Ceremony and Krebs

Blacksmith Forge in the Barn
Learn more about the barn

See Photos  -

July 4, 2020 Dedication of the
Delaware County Bicentennial Historical Marker

in the Ballpark at 12211 Hartford Road
Big Walnut Conservation Club   
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Veterans' Day November 10, 2019
Sunbury Memorial Park

Photo from Picnic 2018

Big Walnut Middle School Community Service Day April 27, 2018
Marking Graves Korean Vets and Vietnam Vets
in Sunbury Memorial Park

 Rug Hookers exhibit art - March 2018

BWAHS President Comisford Recognizes 4-H Club for Soldier Tributes

Visit to Sunbury Boulder - 2017

July 4th Parade in front of Myers Inn

Honoring Vets in Burnside (Bon Air) Cemetery - May 28, 2017

BWMS Community Service Day April 21,2017

Sunbury Bicentennial Parade  at Myers Inn 2016

Making Knot Dolls at Community Library - June 13, 2016

Civil War School Day Photos May 13, 2016

Big Walnut Middle School Students Honor WWII Vets with BWAHS
in Sunbury Memorial Park - 2016

General Rosecrans' Portrait Donated to Museum

Writer for Aurora Advocate Visits Sunbury

Photos  Marion, Ohio Field Trip

Home of Big Walnut Area Historical Society
Sunbury, Ohio

Preserving Yesterday, Today, for Tomorrow

Delaware County Community Foundation Grant . . . .                             
Preserving Photographs for Tomorrow
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Visit the Statue to General William S. Rosecrans
on Sunbury Village Square

History of Alan Cottrill's Equestrian Statue of
Major General W. S. Rosecrans

Photo by Lenny Lepola