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Butler Institute of American Art  
Explore the museum and its collection of American art and current exhibits online.

Mahoning Valley Historical Society/Arms Family Museum of Local History 
The Historical Society operates the Arms Family Museum and offers research facilities and outreach programs.

McDonough Museum of Art  
The Youngstown State University Department of Art showcases faculty and graduating student works at this museum.

National First Ladies Library & Museum 
As the first and only facility of its kind, the National First Ladies' Library serves as a unique national resource on the first ladies and other notable women for patrons from school children to serious scholars. Several facilities comprise the site, including the Saxton McKinley house, which can be toured and the Education Center, which houses the museum.

National McKinley Birthplace Memorial
Links to the President William McKinley Museum and the McKinley Memorial Library in Niles, Ohio.

National Packard Museum
Commemorates the Packard family, the Packard motorcar and other Packard enterprises at its Warren location. 

OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children's Center for Science & Technology
The Center opened in 2004 and relocated to its present location in 2011. It offers educational exhibits and interactive activities for children of all ages. 

Sutliff Museum  
Provides information on the Victorian era museum located at the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library. 

Trumbull Art Gallery  
Also known as the Gilmer House, this art guild was started in 1957. 

Youngstown Historical Center of Industry & Labor 
This Ohio Historical Society facility "provides a dramatic overview of the impact of the iron and steel industry on Youngstown and other Mahoning Valley communities." It is informally called the "steel museum".