WILDWOOD MANOR HOUSE
5100 West Central Avenue, Toledo, OH 43615 Directions
Weddings, School and Group Programs, Tented, Community Outreach, Historic Venue, Educational, Library, Historical Buildings, Cultural Activities, Speaker Presentations, Estate, Private Functions, Tour, House, Events & Summer Camp
'Wildwood Manor House' is a landmark of Toledo and the heart of the beautiful land. It has over 30.000 total square feet. Manor House is a one-of-a-kind site used in part today as the Metroparks district headquarters. The historical house represents the Georgian architectural style of the 18th century and contains more than 50 rooms and 16 fireplaces. Guests can also take a lighted path from the building of the manor down to the pier and guide through the garden of the decorated shipman. The Georgian colonial architecture is open for free tours and hosts several cultural and historical activities, including famous monthly teas organized by volunteers at the manor.
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EDWARD D. LIBBEY HOUSE
2008 Scottwood Avenue, Toledo, OH 43620 Directions
Social and Group Event, House, Educational, Architectural, Meeting, Historical Building, Wedding, Anniversary Parties, Adults Programs, Facility Rentals, Conferences, Corporate, Seminars, Guided Tour, Outreach & Reception
Edward D. Libbey House is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to the restoration of this significant landmark founded in 1895. House cornerstone is to create an interpretative learning center in Northwest Ohio that focuses on the past, present, and future of innovation and technology. This stunning home in shingle and colonial revival style is an essential cornerstone for the Historic Old West End neighborhood of Toledo. The historic site serves as a unique venue to take a tour, events, and receptions for the Libbey house foundation. The approximately 10,000 square foot house contains three floors, a grand staircase in cherry wood.
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125-199 North Ontario Street, Toledo, OH 43604 Directions
Architectural, Historical Places, Art Studio, Music Store, Youth Center, Rented Space, Castle & Shop
Pythian Castle was founded in 1890 by the fraternal group Knights of Pythias. The Castle boasts an exterior of contoured sandstone, a conical roof, window arches, and a tower. Outside, the Knights and businesses use an auditorium, ballroom, and more than 30,000 square feet of space. It was sold to a developer in the downtown area who also had enough money to maintain the roof of the 126-year-old structure. It provides one of the tribunal's best views.