Monday, August 24, 2015

Toledo Botanical Garden

  Paved paths wind through 40 acres of the garden. Most of the property is in a natural state with grassy lawns and trees. About a half dozen small themed gardens are tucked into the corners. If you visit on the weekend you can also go to the Blair Museum of Lithophanes which is located on the grounds.
  The main paths are accessible however there are two arched bridges that visitors using wheelchairs may find hard to manage without help. Some of the themed garden paths may be muddy.

  Small RVs will fit in either the north or south lot but the south lot off of West Bancroft Street is better for large RVs.  Garden
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