Frogtown Froggy Museum

. July 29, 2020.

The Frogtown Froggy Museum is a fun place with over 700 frog related items on display.  It is a perfect museum for Toledo, long considered “Frogtown”.  Ever wonder why this nickname?  There were no paved streets in 1837, and much of the downtown area was a large frog-filled swamp, hence the nickname. 

The museum is open with COVID precautions in place. It is a fun place and may offer a little diversion!

Amy Adler, Director, FFM

316 N Michigan, Suite 330 

Saturdays 10-4 or by appointment

419-913-7461

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