Shaker Historical Museum
Shaker Historical Museum is a nonprofit organization started in 1947. It provides preservation, collection and history of the city of Shaker Heights and surrounding areas. Inside the museum are the Elizabeth Nord Library and the Spirit Tree Gift Shop. To support the society, membership is available and includes many perks. This organization is geared toward equality, freedom, spiritual leadership and communal living.
- Fax: 216-921-2615
- Hours: Sun, Tue - Fri, 2pm - 5pm; Mon and holidays, closed.
- Founding Date: February 1, 1947
- Ticket information: Admission Fees: Members, FREE; Adults, $2; Children ages 6–18, $1; Children ages 5 and under, FREE.
- Student discounts: No
- Senior discounts: No
- Alcohol served: No
- Parking: Free lot
- Restrictions: No smoking
- What makes this community special?: "The support"
- What is an interesting historical or little known fact about this town?: "Shaker Heights, a model streetcar suburb, was planned and developed by Oris Paxton and Mantis James Van Sweringen in the first decades of the 20th century."
- Guided tours?: Yes
- Guided tour languages: English
- Gift shop: Yes
- Membership levels: Family, Individual