From ancient Egyptian artifacts to paintings by Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Picasso, the Toledo Museum of Art’s 30,000-strong art collection ranks among the finest in the U.S. The city of Toledo was the birthplace of the Studio Glass Movement, and it keeps this heritage alive with glassblowing demonstrations that show the magic—and mystery—behind this beautiful art form. The trip will include a guided tour featuring the Highlights of the Collection. You can explore the art museum on your own after the tour as well as see the exhibition, Celebrating Libby Glass 1818-2018, a celebration of the extraordinary glassmaking in Toledo, the Glass City. Also take in a glassblowing demonstration!
Includes Bus, Driver Tip, Tour of the Highlights of the Collection, Glass blowing demonstration
(Must have a valid passport)
8:00 a.m.:Depart Canadian Tire Parking Lot, Sarnia
Arrive at the Toledo Museum of Art
10:30 a.m. to 11:30:
Tour of the Highlights of the Collection
Explore the museum on your own, and then have lunch in the Museum Café. Times for lunch will be staggered between 11:30 a.m., 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. Lunch is on your own and is not included in the ticket price. The Café accepts US funds, Visa and Master Card.
Free time to explore the exhibition, Celebrating Libby Glass 1818-2018. This exhibition is held in the Glass Pavilion which is located directly across Monroe Street from the Main Museum.
4:00 p.m.: Leave Toledo
6:00 p.m. :Return to Sarnia, Canadian Tire Parking Lot