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Visiting Toledo & Northwest Ohio | Fall 2014

An urban hub for northwest Ohio, Toledo is a big city bursting with small-town charms. From world-class cultural attractions to special events and festivals – Toledo promises a true diversity of fun this fall.

Through the end of September, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition draws visitors to the Imagination Station in downtown Toledo. The exhibit focuses on the human stories of the ill-fated passengers of the legendary ship, featuring more than 150 pieces of debris recovered from the boat.

The Toledo Symphony Orchestra’s calendar starts to fill up this time of year, and families traveling with kids will get a kick out of the 2014 Halloween Spooktacular at the Valentine Theatre on October 26th. The Orchestra plays spooky classics while the kids parade across the stage in costume. Parents can even inspire their little budding musicians by letting them get up close to a variety of impressive instruments at the Instrument Petting Zoo before the show.

With early-fall temperatures still in the 60s and 70s, it’s the last chance to board a M/V Sandpiper Cruise on the Maumee River. Choose between a variety of rides like the Picnic Lunch Cruise or the Discover the River Cruise – both last two hours and take passengers past Toledo’s most scenic landmarks.

It’s not too late for Toledo, Napoleon, and Wauseon residents and visitors to get outdoors and enjoy activities like hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, and fishing at the Oak Openings Preserve Metropark, just southwest of Toledo Express Airport. Make use of over 50 miles of trails for the opportunity to view some of the region’s 180 rare plant and animal species. When the weather gets a little chilly, the Beuhner Center, located within the preserve, is an interactive nature center with birds and other wild life.

Ring in the holiday season with even more wildlife at the 2014 Lights Before Christmas event. The Toledo Zoo in Toledo invites visitors young and old to delight in over 1,000,000 lights and more than 200 lighted animal images. Enjoy a holiday treat provided by the zoo and don’t forget to check out the impressive, 85-foot spruce tree decorated with over 30,000 lights.

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