• Fort Meigs

    Hear the sounds of fifes and drums echo across the river and the smell of gunpowder from the artillery as you step back to the War of 1812 at Fort Meigs. Built by William Henry Harrison in 1813, it is the largest reconstructed, wooden walled fortification in America and withstood two major attacks by the British.

    The fort was rebuilt in 2003 and a new Visitor Center and Museum were added. The Visitor Center houses a 3,000 square foot museum, Ohio History Museum Store, and educational classrooms that are available for rent. The fort has four interactive, blockhouse exhibits detailing the history of the fort. Interpreters dressed in War of 1812 uniforms give daily musket demonstrations and talks throughout the summer. Reenactments are held each month from May through August.
    The Museum and Visitor Center are open year ’round Wednesday through Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday from Noon – 5:00 p.m. The fort is open April through October.

  • Admission:
    Adults- $7.00
    Students (including full-time college with current ID)- $3.00
    Five and under- Free
    Ohio Historical Society Members- Free
    Special rates apply for special events. Call the fort for more information.


    Address: 29100 W. River Road
    Perrysburg, OH 43551
    Phone: 800-283-8916
    FAX: 419-874-9446

  • Wood County , Ohio Walleye Fishing on the Maumee River

    The Maumee River, Wood County ‘s northern boundary, is the largest river flowing into the Great Lakes from the U.S. side.It is also the home of world class fishing. Lake Erie Walleye, the best tasting game fish of the Great Lakes, migrate up the Maumee River to spawn every spring. The annual migration attracts anglers from throughout the U.S. and Canada , with peak catches being taken between mid-March and late April. Very few places in the U.S. provide such excellent fishing from the bank, wading in the river, or from boats with so little effort and expense. An Ohio fishing license is required.
  • The Wood County Historical Center & Museum

    The Wood County Historical Center & Museum is the site of the former County Infirmary, which operated from 1869 to 1971, and became a Museum in 1975. Visitors can expect a variety of educational experiences, including over thirty exhibit rooms depicting the original uses of the building as well as a wealth of information on the significant history of Wood County and Northwestern Ohio. For more information, visit our website at or call 419-352-0967.
  • Bowling Green Wind Farm

    The Bowling Green Wind Farm Project is a venture between the City if Bowling Green Public Utilities, American Municipal Power and Green Mountain Energy Corporation. The first 2 turbines were dedicated on November 7, 2003 and 2 additional turbines were dedicated on November 19, 2004. The total height of the turbine is 391 feet with each weighting 22,000 lbs. 419-354-6246
  • Bowling Green State University

    Ice Arena: 419 372-2264
    Public skating held afternoon and evenings

    Little Red Schoolhouse: 419-372-7401
    One-room schoolhouse built in 1875 containing over 3000 items

    Planetarium: 419-372-2421 public programs from September – May

    Joe E Brown Theater: 419-372-2719
    Eva Marie Saint Theater: 419-372-2719
    Gish Film Theater: 419-372-4474
    Moore Musical Arts Center: 419-372-8171

    Musical Arts
    Bryan Recital Hall: 419-372-8171
    Kobacher Hall: 1-800-589-2224

    Dorothy Uber Bryan Gallery , Willard Wankelman Gallery, Hiroko Nakamoto Gallery (419) 372- 2786

  • Wood County Courthouse

    Construction on the Court House began in 1894 and is constructed of sandstone and granite in the Romanesque style of architecture. There are many unique carvings throughout the courthouse along windows, columns and entrances. Perhaps the most interesting feature of the courthouse is the Clock tower. The tower stands 195 feet tall and the clock is 16 feet in diameter. Tours are available by appointment only.

    Wood County Courthouse
    Corner of E. Court Street and N. Prospect Street
    (419) 354-9000

  • Snook's Dream Cars

    Housed in a 1940s-style service station, visitors may view cars from the 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s displayed in period scenes. Located just north of Route 6 in Bowling Green, Ohio. 13920 County Home Road. Open Monday thru Friday 9-5 and Saturday and Sunday 11-4, admission $6.00. 419-353-8338.
  • National Construction Equipment Museum

    The museum features exhibits documenting the history of construction equipment development. The museum is open by appointment only, however the 21st annual National Convention is being held in Bowling Green this year September 15th – September 17th which is a great opportunity to view many more exhibits. The hours of the convention are Friday, September 15th, 12:00 – dark, Saturday, September 16th, 9:00 – 5:00 and Sunday, September 17th, 9:00 – 3:00. 419-352-5616.