The North Coast WWII History
D-Day Conneaut is proud to bring you
The North Coast WWII History Museum
North Coast WWII History Museum features
regional memorabilia and exhibits that
shine a light on the life and history of
those who served at home and abroad
during World War II. Visit and explore
exhibits showcasing notable
contributions and service by North Coast
and Ohio residents. Dive deeper into
history by exploring special exhibits
focusing on the invasion of Normandy,
June 6, 1944.
Click here to view a pdf slideshow of some of our displays including our all new 1940's style homefront kitchen.
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View displays featuring US armed forces in WWII.
Learn about the uniforms, weapons and gear that equipped our Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen.
Explore the German forces through exhibits of uniforms and equipment.
Embrace the Homeland Experience through displays and artifacts detailing
the lives of those back home during WWII.
Witness history through exhibits
featuring regional and local WWII
Admission and Parking are Free
While admission is free to D-Day Conneaut and the North Coast WWII History Museum, donations are always welcome. Your generous donations help keep these incredible stories and the history of these brave men and woman alive for generations to come.
Hours of Operation
The museum is open Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Saturday and Sunday, 12-5 p.m. or by special appointment. Extended hours available during D-Day Conneaut. Please consult the event schedule for more information on hours and special programing.
Group Tours Available
Schedule a VIP group tour today by emailing us at:
Do you or does someone you know have memorabilia from a friend or family member who took part in the D-Day Landing or who served during WII and are looking for a place to keep the memory alive? Contact us at email@example.com to discuss the possibility of loaning items or contributing to our collection. D-Day Ohio is a non-profit 501-C3 charitable organization.
The North Coast WWII History Museum is located in the Old Hungarian Church at:
851 Harbor St., Conneaut, OH 44030