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The Governor's Inn is a historic building located in Maumee, Ohio. A former post office, the building was constructed in 1836 and was subsequently called the Commercial Building as well as the Old Plantation Inn. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. It currently houses three commercial establishments- the Dégagé Jazz Café, Dégagé Express and Langley Hall.
Fort Meigs was built in the wake of continuous attacks on the American forts by British forces, in 1812. Close to the Maumee River, the soldiers building the fort had to face harsh weather conditions and disease outbreaks. Inspite of all these hardships, the American troops managed to raise the fort in a year. Today, the reconstructed fort site and the on-site museum give an insight into military life and American history. Important events are re-enacted several times during the year. For details, check website.
The First Presbyterian Church of Maumee Chapel is a monumental church site in Maumee. The historic Presbyterian church is also fondly referred as the First Presbyterian Church of Maumee. It is precisely located at 200 E. Broadway in Maumee, Ohio. It was constructed in 1837. The ancient church occupies great historic importance and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It encompasses less than one acre of land cover and is a stellar model of the Greek Revival style of architecture.
The history of this South Toledo Golf Club can be traced back to 1925 when it was built. This 18 hole golf course is known for its scenic beauty and is covered by vast greenery. In case you feel hungry after a fun golf game with your friends, this club offers a delightful menu with a small yet impressive beverage list.
Spread across 30,000 square feet (2787.09 square meters), this golf club was built in 1925. Today, this is semi-private 18-hole course is known for its scenic beauty. You can practice your golf swings in the beautiful yet skillfully designed link where the difficulty level rises as you progress. In case you feel hungry after the game, this club provides you with delicious bites and dinner menu. This is also a great venue option for hosting private events.
Get away from your boring schedule as you visit the Swan Creek Preserve. Situated amidst the city, this park is known to house rare wild vegetation. It features animals like foxes, deer and raccoon and is a known shelter for migratory birds.
A historic hotel building, the Oliver House was opened in 1859. Currently it consists of event spaces, restaurants, art gallery and a theater company. It was designed by architect Isaiah Rogers and has been mentioned on the National Register of Historic Places.
The St. Patrick's Catholic Church is a marvelous structure made out of Amherst blue sandstone. This church was constructed in 1901 after the previous building had been demolished. This beautiful church is a great example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture. The church has undergone extensive renovations but has been preserved well all this while. The congregation is an active one, with regular services and ceremonies being conducted at the building.
The history of Ottawa Park can be traced to the 1800s when it was a private farm of John B. Ketcham. Spread across 280 acres (113.312 hectares) of land, this park is known to be the largest park in city. This park is open through out the year and features a golf course, an ice hockey rink and walking trails for your recreation.
Holy Rosary Cathedral (Our Lady, Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Cathedral) is dedicated to the faith and religious missions. The parish community reaches out to others through church donations and musical programs. Check official website for ways to get involved and for recent updates.
Spread across 60 acres (24.2811 hectares) of land, Toledo Botanical Garden is one of the most beautiful sights to see. It is open throughout the year for the public and is a great picnic spot. This garden is also used as an event venue for private occasions, mainly wedding ceremonies and is open for arranging field trips.
The Woodlawn Cemetery was established way back in 1876, and is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Prominent personalities of the Toledo region are buried here that include John H. Doyle, James Mitchell Ashley and Morrison Waite. Check website for more details.