Toledo Ohio is an entertaining and alluring city found
in the northwest of the state. The city borders Lake Erie
and many use the lake for a variety of activities such
as cool summer swimming, Ohio
fishing, boating and other fun activities such as jet skiing and sailing. Transportation to Toledo
Ohio is easy and convenient as the city is accessed by
three of the busiest highways in the area. Toledo Ohio
has four distinct seasons of spring, summer, fall and
winter and temperatures vary quite a bit. January is the
coldest month reaching temperatures of 22 degree Fahrenheit
while July is the hottest time of the year and can be
up to 87 degrees Fahrenheit.
When arriving on a Toledo flight Toledo Express Airport
is where you'll land. Smaller than the other surrounding
airports the Toledo Express does not have any big crowds
yet still services over 20 flights daily to Chicago, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Orlando and Tampa
Bay. A Toledo flight tends to be less crowded and
on time, something everyone likes! Airlines servicing
Toledo Express include American, Delta, and Northwest.
If visiting different areas of the state a Toledo flight
to Cincinnati or Cleveland can be found for a few hundred dollars but do check around
as flight costs vary.
It's possible to find a flight for even less depending on flight details. Sometimes flying can be much more convenient than making the long drive across the state while other times car rentals are a better mode of transportation. No matter how you decide to get to Toledo chance are you will have a blast before you leave!
A Toledo tour offers visitors a chance to see more of the city and what it has to offer. If looking for a step back into nature Toledo has an abundance of areas to enjoy. Maumee Bay State Park is a recreational facility set in a natural and distinct environment that is composed by forging land and water at Lake Erie. There is a golf course, a fantastic lodge and cottages available. Or visit Kelley's Island during your Toledo tour and discover the largest U.S. island and its amazing activities and attractions.
The Toledo Museum of Art is an exceptional museum that
makes a great day trip. There is an arresting permanent
collection including African, American, Asian, and European
art as well as decorative arts and sculpture, ancient
and modern art and works on paper. There are more than
30,000 pieces in the collection at the Toledo Museum of
Art exhibited from almost everywhere in the world and
from nearly every period as well! The Toledo Museum of
Art is open Tuesday to Thursday from 10:00am to 4:00pm,
Friday from 10:00am to 10:00pm, Saturday from 10:ooamto
4:00pm and Sundays from 11:00am to 5:00pm.
The Farmer's Market, started in 1832 is a bustling and fun place to visit as it the Butterfly House where many varieties of butterflies can be seen. A Toledo tour might include an afternoon on the Sandpiper sailing down the Maumee River or shopping at the historic Erie Street Market downtown in the warehouse district.
The Toledo Zoo is open daily from 10:00am to 5:00pm from May 1 to Labor Day and from Labor Day to April 30 it's open from 10:00am to 4:00pm. The Toledo Zoo is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. The Toledo Zoo is always a fun place to visit. It's rated as one of the best zoos in the country and situated in the south of Toledo. Some Toledo Zoo exhibits include the Arctic Encounter, the Hippoquarium, the African Savannah and the Primate Forest. Some of the many events include behind-the-scenes tours, Feasts with Beasts, Music Under the Stars and summer concert series visitors won't forget.