Built in 1813, Fort Meigs is the largest walled fortification in North America. The fort features museum displays, living history demonstrations, artifacts, and War of 1812 exhibits.
Toledo Firefighters Museum, Inc.
Featuring a $1 million vintage fire fighting equipment display, this museum also includes a collection of antique fire toys, Toledo Fire Division memorabilia, and a fire safety and education center.
S.S. Willis B. Boyer
Docked at International Park on the east side of the Maumee River, across from downtown Toledo, this restored Great Lakes freighter built in 1911 is open to visitors.
Walcott House Museum Complex
The Wolcott House, a log home and farmhouse, the Cloverleaf Railroad Depot, a church, and a Greek Revival-style home are among the 19th century buildings featured at this complex.
The Amish date back to 1525 when a radical group of Christians nicknamed "Anabaptists" sought a return to the simplicity of faith and practice as seen in the early Christian church in the Bible. See these communities of people that use no electricity, wear simple clothing, and live life as if in the early 1800s.