The Toledo History Museum is a nonprofit membership organization that cares for, showcases, and interprets authentic pieces of Toledo and U.S. history. Our rich offerings of programs and exhibitions are accessible to all. Our goal is to help our community build a sense of excitement for local history and stewardship of our legacy for generations to come.
Looking for Some Adventure this Summer? Get on the Trail!
The Toledo History Museum, in collaboration with 8 other area history organizations has launched The Greater Toledo History Trail, a fun and exciting way to learn more about our local history. To get started, visit www.greatertoledohistorytrail.org, print your FREE History Trail Passport and get ready for an adventure!
Collect stamps from all nine Greater Toledo History Trail Heritage Sites and you will receive a complimentary kid's sticker pack and a 25% discount on select t-shirts at JupMode to commemorate your journey. Our exclusive gifts are reserved for only the history explorers who complete their Greater Toledo History Trail adventure—they cannot be purchased. Take your time as you explore the fascinating stories told at: The Toledo Police Museum, The Toledo Firefighters Museum, The Wolcott Heritage Center, the Local History Department at the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Spafford House Museum, Sylvania Historical Village, Brandville School & Museum Complex, The National Museum of the Great Lakes and the Toledo History Museum.
To earn your complimentary sticker pack, collect stamps from each of the sites and submit your completed History Trail Passport to one of two Trail Head locations: The National Museum of the Great Lakes or the Toledo History Museum.
Enjoy your adventure!