The GMAHS mission is to collect, preserve, interpret, and promote the history of the Milford-Miami Township, OH area.
Upcoming Events & Deadlines:
Promont, the Victorian house museum of GMAHS, is closed to public Sunday tours now through February. Sunday tours will resume on March 3rd at 1pm.
You may still schedule a private tour for small groups by calling 513/248-0324 or via Email.
*Please Note: if Milford Schools are closed the GMAHS business office is closed.*
Save The Date:
February 5th: History Readers Book Club, 6:30pm. Our book is ‘Blood & Ivy: the 1849 Murder that Scandalized Harvard’ by Paul Collins.
March 5th: History Readers Book Club, 6:30pm. ‘The Last Castle’ by Denise Kiernan
Membership meetings resume March 7th, 6:30pm – ALL Welcome! Speaker Ron Vance discusses and demonstrates Biblical Canes. Location: Sibcy Cline offices at Mulberry Square, 1077 St. Rt. 28, Suite #111
April 2nd: History Readers Book Club, 6:30pm. ‘Girls in the Picture’ by Melanie Benjamin
April 27th: Arbor Day Celebration with the City of Milford on the grounds of Promont.
May 7th: History Readers Book Club, 6:30pm. ‘Ruthless Tide’ by Al Roker.
May 11th: 2nd Annual Maker’s Market (in partnership with City of Milford). If you are a Maker, and are interested in having a booth at the Maker’s Market, please click here to send us an email
June 4th: History Readers Book Club, 6:30pm. ‘The Removes’ by Tatiana Soli
June 8th: (Tentative) 2nd Annual Bridal Boutique hosted by Promont Events.
September 28th: 14th Annual Art Affaire!
Art Affaire is now accepting applications for the 2019 event!
If you’re interested in participating check out the Art Affaire page for more info and to download the Call to Artists info and the application.
Interested in renting Promont for an event or function in 2019?
Promont offers a unique, personal experience when you book your intimate wedding, shower, party, meeting, picnic, or any other event with us. For more information visit the Promont Events website, Facebook page, or contact our Certified Events Coordinator, Kim Phipps at 859/409-3504 via call or text.
Interested in scheduling an “Afternoon Tea” at Promont in 2019?
Contact our friends The Beechtree Circle to gather with friends and “step back in time” during a unique afternoon tea featuring Victorian ambiance, precise service, and elegant presentation. Your Tea also includes a tour of the museum. For groups of less than 50. Call 513/697-8112 or Email the Beechtree Circle for more information and scheduling. *All parties are private fundraisers benefiting the maintenance of the museum.*
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Private Events and Other Closure Dates:
Promont is CLOSED to public Sunday tours during the months of January and February. You may still book private or group tours, however! Call 513/248-0324 or email email@example.com to book your private tour or with any questions or concerns. Thank You.
GMAHS congratulates June Pfaff Daley for winning the 2018 Art Affaire Poster Image Competition. CLICK HERE to see the entry!
GMAHS Office Hours
Wednesday-Friday – 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.Note: Call 513/248-0324 to confirm as the administrator may have off-site meetings.
PROMONT is open for tours each Sunday, 1-4 PM.
Admission: $5/adult and $1/child under 12 – payable at the door
Group and/or personal tours can be arranged by calling 513/248-0324.
Private event notice. Promont is often booked for private events and these engagements can overlap with regular open hours. Please check this website or the GMAHS Facebook page for closure notices. Or, call 513/248-0324 (Wednesday-Friday).
GMAHS Little Free Library
Open 24/7 on the grounds of Promont, the GMAHS Little Free Library allows you to take a book, leave a book. Our library offers historically themed nonfiction and fiction and is available for all Milford and Miami Township residents. Learn more here.
GMAHS received a matching grant from the Ohio Arts Council (OAC) to enable the expansion of its Art Affaire’s community cultural program. The OAC helped fund this program with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.