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Toledo, Ohio
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Nestled in Northwest Ohio, Toledo is the
crossroads between the eastern United
States and the Midwest. Historically the
glass capital of the United States, Toledo
is much more than that today. While
visiting, be sure to go to the Toledo
Museum of Art. World renowned for its
permanent collection, visit their website
www.toledomuseum.org for information on visiting exhibitions.

Across the street from the museum you can take a tour of The Old
West End
, the largest neighborhood of restored late Victorian,
Edwardian, and Arts & Crafts homes in the United States.

If animals are your thing Toledo is home to The
Toledo Zoo. Recently ranked in the top five of
"America's Favorite Zoo", The Toledo Zoo boasts
many exhibits from the "African Savana" to the
"Arctic Encounter." Fun for the whole family, check
out www.toledozoo.org for more information.
For a terrific dining experience you don't have to go too far. Toledo
features restaurants of every style. From Mexican to Middle Eastern
to the Hungarian hot dog at Tony Packo's and the specialty pizzas of
Marcos Pizza, you will never go hungry while visiting Toledo. For a
great listing of local restaurants check out the Toledo City Paper
Dining Guide
.

After dinner you may want to take in a nice evening of live music.
For the jazz lovers, check out www.toledojazzsociety.org for a
comprehensive listing of what makes Toledo a great jazz city. If
classical music is more your thing Toledo has an elegant symphony
orchestra. Visit www.toledosymphony.com for their performance
schedule and information. Toledo is also home to many local clubs
that have live music every night of the week. The Toledo Wire is a good resource for club and show listings.

For the sports fan Toledo has two professional
minor league teams. The Toledo Mud Hens
play baseball in the beautiful Fifth Third Field.
Nestled in the Historic Warehouse District of
Downtown, the ballpark was ranked as one of
the top minor league parks in the country. If
visiting in the winter you can take in a hockey
game. The Toledo Storm are the minor league
affiliate of the NHL's Detroit Red Wings. For the
college sports fan there are the Toledo Rockets
from the University of Toledo. Competing in many sports, the Rockets
are most noted as the recent MAC champions for football. No matter
what time of year, there is always a great game going on in Toledo.

Toledo is a hotspot of art in the Midwest. Beside the museum, many
galleries have art of all media and styles on display year round. Go
to www.toledoarts.org for a full list of local venues. If you should
happen to be in Toledo between April and October, don't miss your
chance to see a movie at one of the less than 600 drive-in theaters
left in the world. The Sundance Kid Drive-In has two screens and is
a great way to take in a summer flick.



By Train www.amtrak.com
By Plane www.toledoexpress.com
Local Buses www.tarta.com


The City of Toledo, Ohio: www.ci.toledo.oh.us