- TripBuzz found 61 things to do with kids in or near Toledo, Ohio, including 39 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Maumee, Bowling Green, Perrysburg and Oak Harbor.
- From Toledo Zoo to Savage Arena, the Toledo area offers 70 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Parks, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- The city of Toledo, the county seat of Lucas County and the fourth most populous city in Ohio, is home to nearly 300,000 residents in an area of just under 8 square miles. Settled in northwest Ohio, the city sits on the western coast of Lake Erie and on the state border of Michigan. Boasting success in the glass industry, Toledo has earned the nickname as the 'Glass City.'
A movie theater with a Cinemark XD auditorium, Franklin Park 16 and XD displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, arcade games, a full bar, a party room and a restaurant.
Free admission is granted between Wednesday through Monday for Simulcasting events of horse races around the word at Raceway Park. In addition to signature race events during the season, the venue features dining options and live music concerts.
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Visitors can learn about maritime history and explore the freighter, S.S. Col. James M. Schoonmaker, at Great Lakes Historical Society - Inland Seas Maritime Museum. Many of the exhibits are interactive and allow visitors to touch them.
Toledo Botanical Garden is a local horticulture center with its numerous display gardens and collections of wildflowers, herbs and more. The gardens are decorated with a number of artistic sculptures and often play host to local concerts during summer.
The Valentine Theatre is a 901-seat facility that has been used by over 50 community groups, including the Toledo Symphony and the University of Toledo. The location hosts Broadway and children's performances throughout the year.
Founded in 1976, the Toledo Firefighters Museum is a historic museum that has the goal of educating citizens about fire prevention and safety. The museum is located in a working fire station that was built in 1920.