Rombach Place: Clinton County History

Admission to Rombach Place: Clinton County History is $5 for those age 14 or over.

  • Open Wednesdays through Fridays 1:00 – 4:00; and by appointment
  • Location: (Map It) 149 East Locust St. in Wilmington, Ohio
  • Phone: 937-382-4684
  • Web: Click here

Rombach Place: Clinton County History highlights General James W. Denver (for whom Denver, Colorado was named), Eli Harvey (artist and sculptor), and Carl Moon (photographer of the Southwest).

James Denver moved to Wilmington, Ohio in 1831. His personal library and military artifacts are on display. Eli Harvey was an internationally known artist. His works are on display. And Carl Moon’s photos of Southwest Indians are on display. He was one of the first to photograph native-Americans in their natural habitat. The museum’s Quaker Room is dedicated to items demonstrating the simple living of Clinton County’s earlier settlers. In addition, there are many Victorian artifacts, furniture and clothing to see as well.