Best Landmarks in Toledo

Expert recommended Top 3 Landmarks in Toledo, Ohio. All of our landmarks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


5100 West Central Avenue, Toledo, OH 43615

Since 1938

Weddings, Educational, Historical Buildings, Cultural Activities, House, Tour, Events, Summer Camp, Library, Tented, Speaker Presentations, School and Group Programs, Community Outreach, Estate, Historic Venue & Private Functions

A historic estate built in the 1930s reflects the 18th-century Georgian architectural style and includes more than 50 rooms and 16 fireplaces. The Georgian Colonial home is open for free tours and hosts a variety of cultural and historical events, including popular monthly Teas hosted by the Manor House Volunteers. With more than 30,000 total square feet, the Manor House is a one of a kind property used in part today as the headquarters for the Metroparks district


Tue - Fri & Sun 12:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat & Mon Closed

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2008 Scottwood Avenue, Toledo, OH 43620

Since 1895

Social and Group Event, Meeting, House, Anniversary Parties, Facility Rentals, Conferences, Corporate, Seminars, Architectural, Historical Building, Educational, Adults Programs, Guided Tour, Outreach Programs, Wedding & Reception

A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization was incorporated with the purpose of purchasing and renovating the Libbey house and establishing an interpretive learning centre focusing on the history of glass in Northwest Ohio. The Foundation seeks to preserve and maintain the historical accuracy and integrity of the Libbey House, a National Historic Landmark; promote awareness of the social, cultural, and economic history

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125-199 North Ontario Street, Toledo, OH 43604

Since 1890

Shop, Castle, Architectural, Music Store, Rented Space, Historical Places, Art Studio & Youth Center

The Pythian Castle was designed in the Romanesque style by the architect team Bacon and Huber of Toledo. The Castle features a textured sandstone exterior, a conical roof, arches over windows, and a tower. Has over 30,000 square feet of space used by the Knights and businesses. Has been sold to a downtown developer who was also given enough money to replace the roof of the 126-year-old building. Offers one of the best views of the courthouse


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