Mid America Festivals

6975 W Central Ave., Toledo, Ohio 43617 Directions
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Located near I-75 at 11315 N. 46th St., the annual fair (now in its 32nd year) features 20 entertainment stages, plenty of food options, and a host of vendors in the merchant marketplace. Shop for old-fashioned wares including leather, metal, and musical instruments, or gorge on traditional turkey drumsticks, ye olde foot-long corn dogs, and roasted corn. This year's festival marks the introduction of the Medieval Monster Museum, where guests will come face to face with fairies, trolls, and vampires while marveling at archaic creature-fighting weaponry. Prolong merriment for an additional fee at the Pirates' Feast, offering a three-course meal and live entertainment, or head to the Royal Smoker for an early-evening, adults-only soirees with snacks, cigars, sips, belly dancing, limericks, comedy, and sounds.

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Toledo Guide

With a large number of world-famous attractions, Toledo has no shortage of activities to fight off pangs of boredom. This Toledo guide will cover just a few of the new adventures available at old favorite spots that provide special events year-round to keep the crowds coming back.

Since the glass industry is part of the soul of Toledo, things to do at the Toledo Museum of Art often center on the beauty of glass. Just walking through the transparent, curving Glass Pavilion may be enough to give anyone a new sense of respect for their phone's screen, but for a hands-on experience, drop by on Friday evenings or Saturday afternoons to craft a custom glass creation. Participants are invited to pick up what they make after a 24-hour finishing process, making this an attractive Toledo deal for creative types.

Of course, no guide to Toledo would be complete without mentioning the colorful Toledo Zoo. While going to the zoo may not sound like it would top a list of grown-up things to do in Toledo, this modern zoo offers everything from wine tasting during the summer to bridal shows in the fall.

For those who want to sit back and relax, consider catching a show at the Stranahan Theater. Although this 2,424-seat theater tends to be known for concert hall classics like opera and musicals, they also serve up comedy shows and rock concerts. And with a free, lighted lot that accommodates 1,200 cars, concert-goers won’t have to drive around for 15 minutes trying to find a spot.

As anyone can see from this quick Toledo guide, the Glass City’s local attractions are worth more than one visit. Residents and visitors should treat themselves to a few of their special events.

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