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Outdoor Attractions

Get Out and Enjoy the Glass City!

If you're looking for your next getaway and want to stay outdoors, the Glass City is just the destination. The Toledo region is home to top-rated attractions delivering hours of fun, including many that will keep you outside and socially distanced. From the Metroparks to the Toledo Zoo, Fort Meigs Battlefield to Sauder Village, here you'll find the perfect activity (or a few) to fit your family's taste. 

Toledo Zoo & Aquarium 
Visit the Must Do Zoo! The Toledo Zoo & Aquarium is home to more than 10,000 individual animals representing over 720 species. Explore the Aquarium, ProMedica Museum of Natural History and so much more. Visiting the Toledo Zoo is like three attractions in one! Stop by the newest exhibit, the Barnyard, to have hands-on interaction with the animals. For up-to-date information on hours, admission and more please visit the Toledo Zoo's website or call 419-385-5721.


North Side
| Africa! (Outdoors Only), Tower Ridge Giraffe Feeding Experience, Arctic Encounter, The Rescue Roost

South Side | Aquarium, Cassowary Crossing, Flamingo Key, Galapagos Garden, Gardens, Great Apes, Nature's Neighborhood (Stream Only), Tiger Terrace, Penguin Beach, Pheasantry, Barnyard (NEW!), Primate Forest (Outdoors Only), ProMedica Museum of Natural History, Reptile House, Splash Pad & Playground, Tembo Trail (Outdoors Only)


Sauder Village
Take time to enjoy life’s simple pleasures at Sauder Village! Step back in time and explore Ohio's largest living-history destination. Marvel at the working craftsmen, enjoy scrumptious home-style food and the warmth of genuine, old-fashioned hospitality, all within a short drive from Toledo. 


- Historic Village
- 1920's Main Street (NEW!)
- Barn Restaurant
- Doughbox Bakery
- Retail Shops
- Sauder Heritage Inn
- Sauder Village Campground

COVID-19 Travel Information

Governor DeWine has put a statewide order in place for Ohio requiring a mask to be worn in all public places. 

All individuals in Ohio must wear facial coverings in public at all times when:

- At an indoor location that is not a residence
- Outdoors, but unable to maintain six-foot social distance from people who are not household members
- Waiting for, riding, driving, or operating public transportation, such as a taxi, a car service, or a private car used for ride-sharing.

For more information on additional information including the Ohio Travel Advisory for travelers entering Ohio, other COVID-19 notices and resources, click here

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