This walking tour will look at the architecture of the homes in the twentieth century neighborhood surrounding the former Wilder school (1925) and discuss the development of the entire area. Learn the fascinating history of the Nicklin eagle and learn about the many neighborhood businesses that dot the area.
Tickets are available for the tours at $5.00 each and may be purchased at the Mainstreet Piqua office at 326 North Main. The tours will be led by Piqua historian Jim Oda & Johnston Farm & Indian Agency director Andy Hite. This project is sponsored by the Piqua Tourism Council with additional assistance from Mainstreet Piqua and the Piqua Public Library.