This is a great museum, especially for someone like myself who's grandfather was a barber. It is located on an upper floor above the barber shop (and other shops) in downtown Canal Winchester (I did see a chair lift for the stairs). You have to call ahead to make an appointment and someone will meet you there. The man who met us was a partially retired barber, who said he still barbers one day a week. He was very knowledgeable about all aspects of barbering and the history behind many of the items in the museum. It is a very crowded museum, however, we were told they are in the process of building a new building to house the museum. This is a great find if you like history and museums and will be even better when it has moved and is able to spread out. No entry fees, but they do take donations.
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