The Toledo Museum of Art is a wonderful collection of art, spanning many periods and countries. Admission is free, although it is $5 to park in their guarded, covered lot. There is plenty of street parking as well. The museum is spacious and well-planned, with galleries flowing into each other as you progress from period to period and country to country. The paintings are beautifully displayed with accompanying history and descriptions. The collection is eclectic and interesting. The Glass Pavilion accross the street is a wonderful display of glass works spanning the ages. A detailed timeline chronicles the history of glassmaking, as well as Toledo's rich history of glass companies and innovations. The cafe is also a delight, with a variety of affordable entrees that make for a tasty, light lunch. I would recommend coming when the museum opens and stay until closing. Less time really doesn't give you a chance to fully appreciate and absorb what this wonderful museum has to offer.
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