You can feel the excitement in the air with the revitalization taking place in the Toledo region. The Hensville Entertainment District, Promenade Park, and the Downtown Outdoor Refreshment Area (DORA) are accented with live music every night of the week. There's a wide variety of locally-owned restaurants throughout the city that will make for a unique and enjoyable event!
Where else can you enjoy a hands-on glass blowing demonstration, a team-building aerial adventure course over an African savannah, and end with a sunset set cruise on the scenic Maumee River?
Experience a renovated Glass City Center, a variety of unique meeting venues, and many new and renovated hotels. Toledo is within a day’s drive of 60% of the U.S. population, known as the “Crossroads of America” (Ohio Turnpike I-80/90 and I-75).
This is just a taste of Toledo, a city poised to exceed your expectations. Let us help you submit an RFP and start planning your next meeting or convention in Toledo!
The Reimagined Glass City Center
Offering many attractions within walking distance and just a short drive from many more including a world class art museum & zoo. Originally built in 1987, Glass City Center features 19 meeting rooms and 75,000 square feet of column free exhibit space.
Construction is underway for our brand new 16,000 sq. ft. state of the art ballroom, along with an all-encompasing facelift. Holding your next premier event in the heart of Northwest Ohio offers you all the attributes of a large cosmopolitan city, while maintaining a small town atmosphere and charm. Plenty of recreational, sporting, and cultural activities can be found year round.
Midwest Hospitality & Big City Attractions
Our world class attractions make Toledo a stand-out travel destination. With classics like the Toledo Zoo & Aquarium, one of the top-rated zoo’s in the United States featuring more than 10,000 animals representing over 720 species, along with the world-renowned Toledo Museum of Art complete with 35 galleries filled with masterpieces, the Glass Pavilion with its famous glass collection, a sculpture garden and a campus of beautiful buildings of architectural significance.
The area has many other major attractions including the National Museum of the Great Lakes, portraying the stunning history of our rich Great Lakes with interactive exhibits, haunting artifacts and an original Great Lakes freighter and tug boat available for tours. Imagination Station, Toledo’s hands-on science center, is fun for kids of all ages and offers up a brand new attraction, the KeyBank Discovery Theater. The Glass City is also just a quick drive away from one of the top amusement parks in the country, Cedar Point.
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