Wildwood Manor House is a famous house located at Wildwood Preserve Metropark in Toledo. The Hosue is an iconic symbol of the area's history. With over 30,000 total square feet, the Georgian-style mansion features over 50 rooms and 16 fireplaces, showcasing the architectural style of the 18th century. Visitors can stroll along a lighted path from the manor to the pier and through the decorated Shipman garden. The Wildwood Manor House is open for free tours and hosts a range of cultural and historical activities, including monthly teas organized by dedicated volunteers. Today, the Wildwood Manor House serves as a unique venue and part of the Metroparks district headquarters. Wildwood's current existence can be attributed to a public park preservation movement initiated by citizens during the mid-1970s.
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