Plan your visit

Hours of operation

Wed-Fri  |  10:00am - 4:00pm

       Sat   |  12:00pm- 4:00pm

Book a tour

Please call or email ahead of your visit to schedule a guided group tour or program.

(330) 941-1314 |

2023 Holiday Schedule

Memorial Day Weekend—Close Saturday, May 27

Labor Day Weekend—Close Saturday, September 2

Veteran’s Day Weekend—Close Saturday, November 11

Thanksgiving Week—Closed Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday November 22-23-24

Christmas Break—Closed Friday, December 22- Sunday, December 30


Adults  |  $7.00

Seniors/AAA members  |  $6.00

Students/college students (with ID)  |  $3.50

Military  |  $3.00

Children (5 & under)  |  Free

YHCIL/Ohio History Connection members  |  Free

YSU staff/faculty & students/alumni (with ID)  |  Free

Archives/Library admission is free

Patrons receiving SNAP benefits are eligible for $3 admission for a family of 4 or less

From May 15 through September 6, 2021, active-duty military personnel and their families will receive free admission

Map and Directions

The Center of Industry and Labor is located in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio. Wood Street is off of Wick Avenue, just two blocks north of downtown. The museum is across from St. Columba Cathedral. 

Western Reserve Transit Authority provides bussing services around the city. While there is not currently a stop in front of the museum, there are stops on nearby W. Commerce Street, W. Rayen Avenue, and Wick Avenue. Bus stop icons are indicated on the map to the left.

WRTA provides daily service Monday-Saturday in Mahoning County and M-F in Warren. Visit for more information on tickets and routes.


Visitor parking, that includes 2 handicapped-accessible spots, is available in our parking lot off of Wood Street. Street parking is also available along Wood Street.

Audio Tours

Did you know the museum offered a Spanish-language audio tour?

Through a collaboration with the Youngstown State University Department of English and World Languages, staff and interns developed a guided audio tour of our first floor galleries. To access the tour, bring your smart phone or tablet on your visit and head to