Looking for a little extra something to do during your stay in Toledo? We’ve got you covered. 

We've made a list of extra activities in and around Toledo so you don't have to! 

Toledo Museum of Art

2445 Monroe Street
Toledo, OH 43620

The Toledo Museum of Art has 35 galleries, a Sculpture Garden, and a Glass Pavilion, featuring more than 25,000 pieces of art and artifacts. From Matisse and Picasso, to decorative arts and the state of the art glass collection, it's well worth seeing. Visit the TMA website to learn more about its various tours, art and glass classes, and art and educational resources available to visitors. TMA is open Wednesday through Sunday and admission is always free!

Toledo First Congressional Church

2315 Collingwood Blvd. 
Toledo, OH 42620

The First Congressional Church features 16 Early Renaissance Style inspired stained glass windows from the studio of Louis Comfort Tiffany, with 8 of them designed directly by Tiffany himself. The First Congressional Church was founded in 1833 – making it Toledo’s oldest congregation – and this church was built in 1912. It’s open to visitors from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm on weekdays.

Check out this article from Toledo's website to read more.

Toledo Mud Hens

Fifth Third Stadium
406 Washington St.
Toledo, OH 43604

Toledo’s minor league baseball team has a home game EVERY DAY (except for on Mondays!) the week for our annual conference  from Sunday, May 26th May to Sunday, July 3rd. Tickets can be purchased at https://www.milb.com/toledo.

The Glass Heritage Gallery

Fostoria, Ohio Glass Association
109 N. Main St. 
Fostoria, OH 44830

Fostoria is less than an hour's drive south of Toledo, with just as much of a rich glass history. From 1887-1920, a total of 21 glass plants operated in Fostoria. This Gallery preserves and promotes its glass history by displaying the glass of 10 of these factories, including lamps, windows, and tiles. The gallery is open weekly from Tuesday through Sunday from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Visit https://fostoriaglass.com/ for more.

Fostoria’s First Presbyterian Church

201 W. Fremont St.
Fostoria, OH 44830

Fostoria’s First Presbyterian Church also has absolutely stunning stained glass windows. Construction for this church began in 1889 and was dedicated in 1891. The King’s Daughters’, Anchor Cross, and matching Cross and Crown windows were considered to be just as unique at the time of this installation just as they are today.

Iron Triangle Rail Park

499 South Poplar St. 
Fostoria, OH 44830

Iron Triangle Rail Park is under the care of Fostoria Rail Preservation Society, which is dedicated to preserving railroad history and public education. They are the caretakers of the former Lake Erie and Western Depot at 128 West North Street, as well as the Fostoria Iron Triangle Visitor Center and Viewing Area. This rail park offers a unique “360 degree unobstructed view of trains passing by on any of the surrounding rails”. Over a hundred freight trains pass through Fostoria every day! This free park is open all day, every day.