While the Munroe Falls Historical Society is proud to provide a wide range of historical reference, we encourage you to explore beyond our offerings. Check out the following resources, which offer additional learnings about Munroe Falls and our surrounding areas.
Summit County Library
The Special Collections Division houses genealogy and local history materials, including materials pertaining to Akron and Summit County history.
The Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal Historical Marker
The Pennsylvania and Ohio Canal Marker was erected in 1999 by the City of Munroe Falls, Munroe Falls Historical Society and The Ohio Historical Society. (Marker Number 15-77.)
Stow Historical Society
The Stow Historical Society preserves the history of Stow, Ohio, through its historic home tours and collection of significant local artifacts. Three historic houses and a one-room schoolhouse are maintained by the Society at Heritage Reserve Park.
Kent Historical Society
The mission of the Kent Historical Society is to be the primary Kent, Ohio, history resource and reference center, leading the community in the collection, preservation, and interpretation of Kent's heritage.
Ohio & Erie Canalway
The Ohio & Erie Canalway helps preserve and celebrate the rails, trails, landscapes, towns and sites that grew up along the first 110 miles of the canal that helped Ohio and our nation grow.
Summit County Historical Society
The Summit County Historical Society preserves and interprets the history of Summit County and Akron, and educates regional communities about the people and events that have shaped our rich history.
Tallmadge Historical Society
Founded in 1858, the Tallmadge Historical Society is Ohio’s oldest historical society. It is dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the memories and artifacts of the people, places and things that make Tallmadge home.
Munroe Falls City Hall
Munroe Falls is a city in the east-central portion of Summit County, Ohio, United States, between Stow and Tallmadge. It is a suburb of Akron and is part of the Akron Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 5,012 at the 2010 census.