Toledo's Glass City River Wall Is Putting Ohio On The Map In A Big Way
Ohio has many claims to fame, from being home to the country’s largest Oktoberfest to being the birthplace of aviation. Recently, the Buckeye State gained another line on its resume with the Toledo Glass City River Wall. The largest outdoor mural in the country, the Toledo Glass City River Wall is a beautiful public art instillation consisting of 28 brilliantly painted ADM silos along the Maumee River, offering a message of community and optimism as it catapults Ohio into the national spotlight — in a very big and meaningful way. Not only is it the largest mural in the United States, but it is also definitely one of the best murals in Ohio!
The Glass City River Wall is a true Ohio treasure, and it’s transformed the Toledo waterfront into a dynamic and beautiful work of art! If you are searching for the biggest mural in the US, head on over to this spot for some amazing public art in Ohio. If you are making the trip out to see it in person, be sure you reserve a great place to stay when you get there with TripAdvisor Booking.
Have you had the opportunity to visit this incredible mural? What stood out about it the most to you? We would love to hear all about your experience in the comments section.
Looking for more fun in the Glass City? Check out this charming Ohio diner.
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Exploring in Ohio
What are the best small towns in Ohio?
The best small towns in Ohio are perfect places to escape when you need a break from the big city. Take a fun trip to see them all! You can even see the Ohio's Small Town Museum to learn more about these cute spots.
- Yellow Springs, Ohio
- Ashtabula, Ohio
- Sugarcreek, Ohio
- Marietta, Ohio
- Medina, Ohio
- Grand Rapids, Ohio
- Peninsula, Ohio
- Zoar, Ohio
- Granville, Ohio
What are the best day trips in Ohio?
Take a look at the best day trips in Ohio if you love exploring unique places and having exciting adventures all over the state!
- The Wilds in Cumberland
- German Village in Columbus
- Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield
- Old Man's Cave in Hocking Hills State Park
- The J.M. Smucker Company Store and Cafe in Orrville
- Jungle Jim's International Market in Fairfield
- Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens in Akron
- Clifton Mill in Yellow Springs
- Raven's Glenn Winery in West Lafayette
- Idle-Hour Ranch in Troy
- Holden Arboretum in Kirtland
What is the most naturally beautiful town in Ohio?
The most naturally beautiful town in Ohio is Peninsula. The pretty village is actually inside Cuyahoga Valley National Park, so you can be sure that it is stunningly gorgeous.