Toledo, Ohio has been called one of America's manliest cities. It's also been ranked as one of the best cities for sports, the least stressful cities, and one of the all-around best places to live. And for those looking to find a special someone, Toledo's single population is among the highest of our nation's major metros. Media accolades aside, there's a lot to like about life in Toledo, and there are plenty of fun things to do and see.
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Start your tour of the city at the Toledo Museum of Art, a cultural institution that stands as an island of inspiration in the middle of downtown. The collection there ranges from the classical to the cutting-edge, so there's something for art lovers of all stripes. The museum's vast collection includes an impressive array of masterful paintings, glassworks, ancient and modern sculpture, and objets d'art, stretching back into prehistory. Fans of the sporting life should definitely catch a Toledo Mud Hens game; the Triple-A team may be minor league, but the action is every bit as exciting as a major league game, and without the steep ticket prices. Animal lovers will want to make a trip to the Toledo Zoo and Aquarium, especially if you're bringing the family out for the afternoon. Back in 1900, the zoo's collection started with the donation of a single woodchuck, but it's since become the finest zoo in the region. Must see exhibit: the Hippoquarium, which is every bit as awesome as it sounds. Amateur historians should definitely make time for a visit to the National Museum of the Great Lakes. There, you can tour the 1911 Great Lakes freighter SS Colonel James M. Schoonmaker. This massive ship was once known as the "Queen of the Lakes," and remained in operation until the early 1980s.
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