Around 1900, the pavilion was built on Orchard Island, located on Indian Lake in Ohio. The pavilion was originally built for the Chautauqua Indians. The...Read More
A view down Main Street New Bremen, Ohio.
A condemned piece of history made it into something very special and useful.
New Bremen has a long history of successful businesses providing products and services to the community, region and the world.
The new New Bremen High School on Walnut Street built in 1930.
The Miami & Erie Canal looking North at Lock I in New Bremen, Ohio.
Civil War Veterans from New Bremen on Decoration Day in 1912.
The New Bremen Historic Association is proud to have two museum locations. The Pape House, built in 1865, and the Luelleman House, built in 1837. We invite you to tour all of our properties including the barn and summer kitchen located at the Luelleman house to see the exhibits which are always evolving as new donations are made to the museum. Tours are available by appointment.Read More
The New Bremen Historic Association is non-profit organization founded in 1973 and dedicated to the collection and preservation of the history of New Bremen, Lock Two and German Township. We are always looking for new members... join today.Details
Our annual festival, Bremenfest, has been going on since 1975. Re-live some of the memories by browsing through some of these photos of the past.Read More
A very interesting slide show of New Bremen history presented by Paul and Marge Lietz. They made this presentation over 22 times from 1979 to 1983.
(Note: It is in .pdf format. Be patient, it is a large file and might takes some time to download.)
The History Mystery Man's unwavering fascination with history and the men and women who made it happen, not to mention the fact that he attended races at the New Bremen Speedway, led him back to visit New Bremen. As he said himself, "Must-see" the gorgeous Village of New Bremen! ... abundant with "Promise, Peace & Prosperity"Read More
The story of the life of David Koenig told by his brother Daryl Koenig. The information comes from the stories Daryl's mother told him about his older brother David and from the 200 plus letters and postcards he sent home during his time in the US Army and Army Air Corps.Read More
Kuenzel Mills in New Bremen, Ohio. This is print from a series of oil paintings of New Bremen Scenes by artist Pat Wietholter. Size: 7.5" x 12"
Lock Two in the Summer. This is print from a series of oil paintings of New Bremen Scenes by artist Pat Wietholter. Size: 7.5" x 12"
Commemorative Coin marking the celebration of the 175th Anniversary of New Bremen.
The New Bremen Canal game is a fun board game for all ages. Be the first player to advance through Lock One and reach Lock Two while learning about the history of the Miami-Erie Canal in New Bremen.
A Journey through Time: New Bremen's Canal History is a Pictorial Review of New Bremen’s history as a canal town from prosperity to demise to rebirth.
The Interurban on Monroe Street in New Bremen, Ohio. This is print from a series of oil paintings of New Bremen Scenes by artist Pat Wietholter. Size: 8" x 20"
Locked in History. A Canal Boat at Lock One in New Bremen, Ohio. This is print from a series of oil paintings of New Bremen Scenes by artist Pat Wietholter. Size: 20" x 30"
A collage of six historic New Bremen buildings with pen and ink on white stock by artist Mark Gaerke. Size: 20" x 26"
We welcome any memories you have about growing up, living in or visiting New Bremen.