Everal Barn and Homestead60 North Cleveland Avenue
Westerville, Ohio 43081
614-901-6515 | www.westerville.org/parks
Everal Barn and Homestead
Everal Barn and Homestead is a popular place for community events, and family gatherings, offering a charm that will make you feel at home.
Everal Barn and Homestead, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a popular place for community events, and family gatherings, offering a charm that will make you feel at home. Visitors are unaware of the transformation that it took to take Everal from a 19th-century farm to a 21st-century park facility complete with modern amenities. The farm’s story began in 1872 when John W. Everal founded the J.W. Everal Tile Company.
The process of transforming the site into a park was completed June 2000. Everal Farm would prove to be a massive rehabilitation endeavor, which included lifting the barn off its original foundation and moving it 40 feet east to allow for expansion of Cleveland Avenue. The park opened in July 2000 and is one of the City’s finest examples of preserving the old and finding new purpose.
Notes for Travelers
Tours of the house and barn are available by appointment; tour and rental information can be obtained by calling 614-901-6515.