Greater Toledo History Trail

. June 30, 2018.
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Stroll through NW Ohio’s past on the Greater Toledo History Trail, a self-guided tour of nine different Toledo-area history organizations, to learn about the Glass City’s olden days. Go online to print off your free Trail Passport and start collecting stamps. Fill your passport with stamps from all nine Greater Toledo History Trail Heritage Sites, then turn it in at one of two Trail Head locations— The National Museum of the Great Lakes or the Toledo History Museum— and receive a complimentary kid’s sticker pack and a 25% discount on select t-shirts. The Trail has no set beginning or end, so adventurers can begin their trek at any of the sites — the Toledo Police Museum, the Toledo Firefighters Museum, the Wolcott Heritage Center, the Local History Department at the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Spafford House Museum, Sylvania Historical Village, Brandville School & Museum Complex, the National Museum of the Great Lakes and the Toledo History Museum.

For more information, visit greatertoledohistorytrail.org
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