At COSI Toledo you'll be able to find the following attractions: an exciting journey 10 meters above the ground where you're suspended from a cable, allowing anyone to defy gravity. It's similar to the classic yo-yo, a pilot is driven up to 5 feet in the air, using his own strength and his hands. You can also explore the scientific basis in exhibitions that do understand the production and consumption of energy.
Toledo Botanical Garden is a beautiful place to visit. You can go there with your friends or family, or why not all at once so that you can make great memories there? You can see all their works and stay with his passion, that will surely transmit it at all times. You will be impressed by its majesty.
This public agency serves the citizens of Lucas County and is a part of the regional system that provides a clean, safe, natural parks. It retains many of the region's most important natural areas like the oak openings near the shore of Lake Erie, and green corridors along the Maumee River, Ottawa River and Swan Creek. Within these areas, you'll find beautiful landscapes, rare plants and endangered animals, trails, important historical sites, shelters and indoor facilities, playgrounds and open spaces.
The Toledo Museum of Art can be found in Toledo, Ohio, USA. The museum was founded by Edward Drummond Libbey in 1901. It is known worldwide for its permanent collection. This museum is in a 20,000 m2 park that's bordered by Monroe Street, West Woodruff Avenue, Scottwood Avenue and Parkwood Avenue. Compared to the main building of the museum, which is south of a residential area that looks Victorian with beautiful slanted oak trees, is where you'll find the Glass Pavilion Toledo Museum of Art.
The Woodlawn Historic Cemetery can be found in the center of District 7 in Washington, DC. The Historic Woodlawn Cemetery is spread out over 22.5 acres and acts as the final resting place for more than 36,000 people. The Historic Woodlawn Cemetery was founded in 1895, and between the years of 1895-1898 there were mainly re-burials of more than 6,000 people in the Graceland Cemetery.