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The first museum dedicated to American art is The Butler Institute of American Art. The collection currently is composed of over 20,000 individual pieces and features a variety of traveling exhibitions throughout the year.
Originally known as The Steel Museum, the institute is currently called the Youngstown Historical Center of Industry and Labor. It is maintained by Youngstown State University and covers the history of the iron and steel industries on the region.
Paying tribute to the settlers of Mahoning Valley, Arms Family Museum features period furnishings and clothing, along with Native American memorabilia and mining artifacts. The museum also contains exhibits about African-American settlers in the Youngstown area.
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Located on the Youngstown State University campus, Ward Beecher Planetarium hosts classes for the University and serves as a field trip destination for area schools. The planetarium hosts public shows on the topics of space, earth science and astronomy.
Fellows Riverside Gardens serves as a large-scale public garden at the northern end of Mill Creek Park. There are twelve acres of display gardens that feature a wide variety of colorful plant displays and flowers.
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The Arms Family Museum of Local History is the preserved residence of the Arms family. The first floor feature rooms dedicated to handicraft, medieval architecture and design, and the second floor features exhibits relevant to local history.
Opened in 1926, the Stambaugh Auditorium features a three tier concert hall accommodating 2,553 people. The auditorium also offers a 9,700 foot Grand Ballroom and a second, smaller recital hall. The rooms can be rented for concerts and other events.