During your group trip to Cleveland, you should take time to visit the Western Reserve Historical Society. Visitors will have the opportunity to see various collections and fascinating galleries. You will learn about life during the 19th century through a variety of artifacts. The group will have the opportunity to explore several locations at the Western Reserve Historical Society as part of the experience. You will encounter places such as the Hale Farm and Village, the History Center, and historic properties. The Hale Farm and Village is a place where the group will see what daily life was like during the 19th century. The area has dozens of historic structures, farm animals, heritage gardens, cooking demonstrations, and demonstrations of early American craft and trades. The group can also take time to see the outdoor Living History Museum. The History Center contains several interesting collections and facilities for your group to examine. You will find the Crawford Auto Aviation Collection, the Research Library, and the Bingham-Hanna and Hay-McKinney House. The Crawford Auto Aviation Collection shows the automobile at different stages of development, both on a national and regional level. You will find artifacts such as antique automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, boats, aircraft, and three carriages and sleighs. The Research Library is a collection of published resources for you to explore. You will find 250,000 books, 25,000 newspapers, several maps, sheet music, broadsides, and unpublished manuscripts. There is a new exhibit which is called In Grand Style. It contains historic garments and accessories that give visitors a glimpse of privileged Cleveland. The collection spans from the 1870s to the early 1930s.