The Center is located at 16486 Wapakoneta Road, between the historic Victorian village of Grand Rapids in northwest Ohio, and north of Rt. 6. The Center is an ideal outdoor living history site with its 40 acres of Black Swamp woods, two-acre pond and open meadows. The Center boasts the only site to have a recreated 50’ Woodland Indian longhouse and 20’ wigwam, a Scottish Tavern, Trappers Lodge, Blacksmith Shop, 213 year-old Pioneer Log house, Trading Post and Marlow Education Hall in northwest Ohio. The Center’s facilities are open for school tours, scout events and festivals on an arranged basis.
Seven Eagles Historical Education Center is located at 16486 Wapakoneta Road just one mile south of historic downtown Grand Rapids, Ohio. For further information and reservations, please telephone 419-509-0095.
School field trip tours
are one of our most popular activities where students come into contact with authentic character and re-live history of early Ohio's Black Swamp Era with presentations in the Native Longhouse, Pioneer Log Home, and trapper/trader Catfish Inn. Brochure
Overnight scouting events
are the second most popular activities where scouts spend one or two nights in their own lodges and doing scout activities during the daytime along with some Native American and/or early newcomer activities.
The annual Spring Lost Arts Festival
offers visitors a glimpse of life between 1600-1840 with authentic characters living life as they would have in the early Ohio. The Fall All Hallows Eve Festivities focus on nightly activities including storytelling, hayrides, bonfires, etc. with authentic characters interacting with visitors.
Come explore the Seven Eagles EARTH Center. This unique facility offers historical, ecological, cultural, and arts experiences focusing on the 1600-1850 time period. Step back in time as historical re-enactors take you on a journey to an historic time. Some of Seven Eagles' features are: