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5 Best Family Activities In Toledo

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A short drive from Detroit, there’s lots to do in Toledo. Whether you spend a day at the zoo or a rainy day in the museum, your family is sure to find fun in Ohio.

 

Explore The Toledo Zoo

The Toledo Zoo has it all – stunning animal habitats, behind the scenes tours, a Natural History Museum, Safari Railroad, carousel,  aerial course, massive playground, conservatory and Aquarium! It’s the best place for a  family day and here are the activities you won’t want to miss.

 

Find The Secret Forest

Stroll the gardens and larger than life art displays at the Toledo Botanical Gardens before letting the littles loose at the ‘Secret Forest’, a two story playhouse accessible by cool wood and rope bridges. It’s FREE family fun!

 

Go To A Mudhens Game

Run the bases, meet Avengers, jump in inflatable bounce houses AND watch a baseball game. Root for the Mudhens and scout out future Tigers in Toledo.

 

Take A Dip In Lake Erie

Maumee Bay State Park’s landscape is a unique environment created by the convergence of the land and Lake Erie. The park features two sand beaches — on the Lake Erie shore and along the park’s inland lake. Restrooms and outdoor showers are provided between the two beaches.

 

Stop By The Innovation Station

Experience hundreds of interactive exhibits, activities and demonstrations that teach vital science concepts at the Imagination Station. From engineering to animation, the STEAM museum offers unique hands-on fun for all ages.

 

 

Photo credit: Toledo Botanical Gardens

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Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..

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