Tackle Toledo on an Ohio Bus Charter
Rent a Bus to Enjoy Toledo’s Music, Amusements, Museums & More
Sitting on the banks of Lake Erie and the Maumee River, Toledo offers an ideal place to discover the joys of life on the water.
Still, the city and the surrounding area have plenty to offer those who prefer to keep their feet on dry land. A vibrant local history includes the last battle of the American Revolution to the days when the Libbey family’s New England Glass Works earned Toledo the moniker “The Glass City.” Today, visitors can taste their way through the city’s ethnic cuisines before enjoying the Toledo Zoo, the famed glass exhibit at the Toledo Museum of Art and the Imagination Station, the city’s state-of-the art science center.
For adrenaline junkies, the Cedar Point Amusement Park in nearby Sandusky boasts 16 rollercoasters.
It doesn’t matter if it’s a school trip, a corporate event or a bachelor party, US Coachways will make your trip safe, easy and affordable. We offer the best bus rental rates possible and superior customer service, making us an ideal choice for community organizations, church groups and team travel as well as special events such as wedding activities, birthdays and anniversaries. With an extensive fleet of mini buses, party buses and luxury coaches, we offer city bus charters to locations throughout Ohio, including, Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland. Select your itinerary and our accounts specialists, dispatchers and drivers will do the rest.
From the Mud Hens to Lake Erie, Toledo Won’t Disappoint
Comic actress Betty White had her tongue firmly in her cheek when she referred to Toledo as “the Paris of Ohio.” But from the hot dogs at Tony Packo's to the shores of Lake Erie and the bleachers at Fifth Third Field (home to the Toledo Mud Hens), Toledo offers exciting and unique attractions to suit any interest. Below are some must-see points of interest worth a visit when you are in the area.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Located 60 minutes east of Toledo, Cedar Point is home to the world’s biggest roller coaster. Looking for another type of excitement? There’s Las Vegas-style gambling at Hollywood Casino and water slides at Splash Bay, Toledo’s only indoor water park. Attend a concert at Huntington Center or go bar hopping in Toledo’s revitalized downtown.
- Arts & Cultural — Toledo’s arts and culture scene includes the Toledo Art Museum with its renowned glass collection, the Toledo Symphony and the Stranahan Theater, where the Toledo Ballet and Toledo Rep perform. Are you a fan of opera? The 119-year old Valentine Theater is home stage to the Toledo Opera and has hosted shows by The Boys Choir of Harlem, The Glenn Miller Orchestra and a stage production of "On Golden Pond.”
- Restaurants & Shopping — From the restaurants in the Warehouse District to the famed hotdogs at Tony Packo’s Café, Toledo offers foodies some varied experiences. Shoppers will be just as pleased. A huge revival has resulted in new retail stores moving into downtown. Shop for antiques at Lighthouse Landing and hunt for glassware at one of two Libbey Glass Factory Outlet stores in the United States. At Historic Saunder Village in Archbold, craftsmen work out of more than 40 historic homes.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Watch professional auto racing at Toledo Speedway. Cheer on the Toledo Mud Hens, the triple-A affiliate for the Detroit Tigers, at Fifth Third Field or watch the Toledo Walleyes battle their rivals at the Huntington Center. Golfers can tee off at Sawmill Creek or the South Toledo Golf Club.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — Toledo’s Old West End is the largest collection of late Victorian and Edwardian homes east of the Mississippi, not to mention Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral and the site of the last battle of the American Revolution. History comes alive at Saunder Village in Archbold, where costumed guides bring the past to life. Head to Marblehead Lighthouse State Park to see the oldest lighthouse in continuous operation on the Great Lakes.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Located on the shores of Lake Erie, Toledo has plenty to offer those looking for water adventure, from riding a mule-drawn canal barge through the Miami & Erie Canal to paddling along the Maumee River or relaxing at one of the area’s beaches. Fishing fanatics shouldn’t miss the spring run of the walleye, the largest fish of its kind in Lake Erie. Those preferring to remain on dry land should explore Maumee Bay State Park, the Toledo Botanical Garden or the chain of nine parks making up the Toledo MetroParks system.
- Zoos & Aquariums — Considered one of America's most complete zoo, the Toledo Zoo is home to thousands of animals and known as one of the top attractions in northwest Ohio. Located just south of Toledo on 62 acres for more than 100 years, the site includes a newly renovated aquarium.
- Other Points of Interest — Formerly known as COSI Toledo, Imagination Station is a major tourist attraction. This hands-on science center welcomes more than 200,000 visitors a year to its 80,000-square-foot exhibit space.
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