Best Toledo, OH Attractions

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    9. Toledo Museum of Art

    In 1901, Edward Drummond Libbey (of the Libbey Glass Factory) and his wife founded the Toledo Museum of Art. This museum's main building holds pieces by Bearden, C├ęzanne, Degas, van Gogh, Matisse, Monet, Picasso and...

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    7. Sauder Farm & Craft Village

    Located one hour outside of Toledo, Sauder Village shows us what rural Ohio was like in the 1800s. There's a blacksmith, potter, quilt shop, a general store and the Barn Restaurant, where you can enjoy a great meal....

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    6. African Safari Wildlife Park

    The Midwest's only drive-thru safari! Here, you and the kids can enjoy animal rides, animal shows and pig races, and you can even feed a few of the animals. It is home to one of the largest alpaca and llama exhibits...

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    5. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral

    Quietly located in a residential area west of downtown, this Plateresque (a 16th century Spanish architectural style) cathedral is unique in North America. It is beautiful and massive — an anomaly for its...

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    4. Toledo Spain Plaza

    This is one of the few memorials in Toledo that reminds us that this city was named after Toledo, Spain, a small city right outside of Madrid. This grassy area off Collingwood Avenue, which looks more like a grassy...

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    3. Toledo Botanical Garden

    57 acres of meadows and gardens play host to herbs, flowers and trees, as well as several artists' galleries, a recreated pioneer home and a gift shop. Many locals come here to volunteer in the gardens. Call ahead to...

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    2. Fort Meigs State Memorial

    Fort Meigs is the largest walled fortification in the United States. William Henry Harrison ordered his troops to build this fort, located on the south side of the Maumee River, in 1812, and it was the site of two...

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    1. Wolcott House Museum

    Step back into the 1800s at the Wolcott House Museum. The museum is centered around James and Mary Wolcott's home, a Federal-style structure dating from the 1830s. Also on site: a log home once located on the banks...


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