Woodlawn Cemetery Tour

Posted Oct 19th, 2017 by Renee  Category: Arts & Entertainment, Community Interest



Renee Jayne, Public Relations Chair
(419) 699-1635
Toledo History Museum
(419) 215-2437

The Toledo History Museum will present a “Behind the Scenes History Tour” of Toledo’s historic Woodlawn Cemetery, the final resting place of thousands of local residents including industrialists, politicians, social activists and countless other historic figures whose existence shaped our area and in many cases influenced the development of our country. This sitet is considered by many to be an outdoor museum of remarkable architectural structures and a unique representation of Toledo’s economic, social, and cultural vitality. Woodlawn’s development from a simple farm field to the serene setting it is today was inspired by the rural cemetery movement of the late 1800’s. Tour guide, Renee Jayne, author of the book Toledo’s Woodlawn Cemetery will tell the story of this most beloved Toledo institution.

This tour will take place on Saturday, October 28th from 4:00 am to 6:00 pm. Members of THM can purchase tickets for our Behind the Scenes History Tour of Woodlawn Cemetery for $5.00 each. Tickets are $10.00 for non-members. To purchase tickets go to the following site:

An additional “Behind the Scenes Tour” will be the Toledo Gangster Tour at 10:00 am on the third Saturday of both the month. To learn more about this and other events visit the Toledo History Museum’s website at www.toledohistorymuseum.org

About the Toledo History Museum:
The Toledo History Museum is a nonprofit membership organization that cares for, showcases, and interprets authentic pieces of Toledo and U.S. history. Its rich offerings of programs and exhibitions are accessible to all. The goal of the museum is to build a sense of excitement for local history and stewardship of the area’s legacy for generations to come.

The Toledo History Museum is located on the second floor of the historic Milmine-Stewart House at 2001 Collingwood Boulevard (Collingwood and Woodruff Avenue) in the heart of Toledo’s historic Old West End neighborhood. The museum is open Saturday and Sundays from 11 am to 5 pm and by appointment. Tours are available free of charge.

For more information and updates, call (419) 215-2437 or visit www.toledohistorymuseum.org, or stop by the museum’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/toledohistory.

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