Enjoy a walking tour through the historic neighborhoods of Toledo, Ohio – home to some of America’s most beautiful architecture. This art form serves as a permanent fixture here, both inside and outside our historical buildings.
Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, Old West End Toledo features many of the best-preserved Victorian homes in the United States. Walk through the surreal Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art, one of the reasons for the city’s stature as the “glass capital of the world.” Connect with Toledo’s past – and a possible glimpse of bygone residents – at the haunted Pythian Castle.
Tour Toledo’s most inspiring churches – especially the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral, the world’s only cathedral designed in the Plateresque style of 16th-century Spain.