the museum of ceramics

Landmark & Historical Place · Art Gallery · Community Museum

4000+ objects, 2 floors of exhibits. Known as the Pottery Capital of the US. Largest display of Lotus Ware. Housed in a beautiful, Beaux Arts, 110 year old building, former Post Office.

Visit the Museum of Ceramics to see locally produced treasures from the 19th century to the present. This is the only museum in the United States celebrating the history of hundreds of potteries in one small geographic area over three centuries. Collection of over four thousand objects highlights ware made mainly within five miles of East Liverpool. We have the nation's largest public display of award-winning Victorian porcelain Lotus Ware. See dozens of 1930s paintings, including one of only 71 post office murals in Ohio. See dioramas with figures which bring history alive. Elementary and middle schoolers enjoy our Scavenger Hunt - just ask when you arrive. See the ceramic trophy celebrating a carrier pigeon's flight, and a rare 1850s hand marbled water cooler. See our display of 48 shaving mugs. Enjoy spotting priceless examples of late 19th century hand decorated ironstone ware. Just as every person has a story, so too does every item on display! We are a cultural resource for our community and a tourist attraction for visitors from across this nation, and from almost fifty other nations in recent years.

Phone: (330) 383-3472

Address: 400 E 5th St, East Liverpool, OH 43920, USA 

Website: www.themuseumofceramics.com

carnegie public library

Library · Community Organization

The mission of the Carnegie Public Library of East Liverpool is to support and enhance the quality of life for all residents of the user area; by providing free and equal access to information and services, in a variety of material formats; and by meeting the educational, recreational, and cultural information needs of its patrons.

Phone: (330) 383-3472

Address: 219 E 4th St, East Liverpool, OH 43920, USA

Website: www.facebook.com/CarnegiePublicLibrary

Lou Holtz Upper Ohio Valley Hall of Fame

Community Museum · Landmark & Historical Place

So much more than sports! Saluting the achievements of individuals from the Upper Ohio Valley who have been successful in a wide range of fields, along with highlighting history and education. Providing trade scholarships and teacher grants.

Phone: (330) 386-5443

Address: 120 E 5th St, East Liverpool, OH 43920, USA

Website: www.facebook.com/LouHoltzHallofFame

walnut lanes

Bowling Alley

Locally owned bowling alley providing entertainment for the whole family

Phone: (330) 385-0176

Address: 421 Walnut St, East Liverpool, OH 43920, USA

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Bowling-Alley/Walnut-Lanes-1869914599945396/