Edward Libby, founder of Libby Glass, established the museum in 1901. It was free of charge to the public at the time and still is today. This is another museum that surprised us with the quality and scope of their collections which include 19th- and 20th-century European and American art, Renaissance, Greek, Roman and Japanese art, glass art, and modern art.
The museum is accessible.
Even though the museum is free there’s a parking fee at the museum lot. RVs are not permitted in this lot. We were directed to another lot located across the street but the slope of the driveway is very steep and we were worried about scraping bottom. We parked in a lot signed “Handicapped and Staff Parking Only – by permit”. This lot is a University of Toledo lot but since we visited on the weekend the gate was in the up position. Another possible parking spot is on the dead end section of Woodruff Ave. which is just north of the museum lot. Museum 41.65899, -83.56175