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Toledo is a buzzing, artistic city on the edge of Lake Erie that’s packed with attractions to serve both its large population and any tourists roaming through the Midwest. It’s a fun-filled city for families, with the Toledo Zoo and Aquarium offering hours of entertainment on the banks of the Maumee River. The city center has a baseball and hockey stadium, as well as the popular Toledo Museum of Art.
Toledo’s attractions are spread out across the city, so rent a car through Orbitz for easy travel between the sites. Then, use your rental car to explore the rest of the lakeside.
Some of the most exciting destinations in the Midwest sit on the edge of Lake Erie. Grab your rental car in Toledo, then head to these three destinations.
The small city of Sandusky packs an entertaining punch. The historical district was established in the early 19th century, and it’s kept a lot of that pioneering atmosphere. There’s a maritime museum and the birthplace of Thomas Edison, too. The big draw, however, is Cedar Point, one of the most famous amusement parks in the US. With dozens of roller coasters and tons of awards, you’ll want to spend days here enjoying the high-speed thrills.
Journey time: Around 1 hour 10 minutes
Distance: Approximately 60 miles
Detroit is a city that symbolizes invention and reinvention. Once the home of a booming motor industry and the birthplace of Motown music, today it’s famed for emerging from financial ruin into a newly exciting and re-energized city. If you’re visiting today, don’t miss the vast collections at the Detroit Institute of Arts, or the musically minded Motown Museum, which will leave you humming the great tunes of the 60s and 70s.
Journey time: Around 40 minutes
Distance: Approximately 15 miles
Cleveland is one of the cultural centers of Ohio, and promises days of sightseeing in cutting-edge museums and galleries. Music fans will be drawn to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, while kids will love gaping at the dinosaur skeletons in the Museum of Natural History. Lake Erie is showcased in the Great Lakes Science Center, an interactive museum that includes a steamship, a movie theater, and a regular calendar of events.
Journey time: Around 1 hour 50 minutes
Distance: Approximately 120 miles