On July 29, 2002, the Bellevue Historical Society made a major commitment to Bellevue by purchasing The Tremont House with the intent of a complete historical restoration.
The Society is currently in the process of restoring Bellevue’s Tremont House at 101 E. Main St. Built in 1846, the Tremont House is the most prominent building in Bellevue’s downtown and an architectural gem. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When work is completed, the first floor will showcase our vast collection of items relating to Bellevue’s rich history in rotating displays for the public to view and enjoy. Until then, some smaller displays are in the Society’s office at 108 N. West St. and may be viewed by appointment.
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For more information, call 419-483-7376 or visit bellevuehistoricalsociety.com