Findlay Travel Guide
Welcome to Findlay, OH!
Located in northwestern Ohio and named for a Colonel from the War of 1812, Findlay is home to the Mazza Museum, the only teaching gallery in the world specializing in original artwork by prestigious illustrators of children's books. Home to Findlay University, this city is also famous for its numerous golf courses such as Red Hawk Run and Shady Grove, as well as various state parks such as Riverside, Riverbend and Eagle Creek. Family outings usually include Kaleidoscope Farms, where visitors take a horse-drawn wagon ride through treed fields and join the Tree Farm Scavenger Hunt. Explore the Greek-styled and 19th-century furnished DeWald Funk House and visit the 1880 Victorian home of Jasper Hull Flater. This house features period furnishings and hosts collections of Findlay's glass and the Pendelton collection, consisting of locally-made agricultural equipment and vehicles, books, photos, maps and manuscript collections documenting the county's past.
This museum illustrates the history of Hancock County through exhibits of collected artifacts from prehistoric to present times.
Hotels & Motels
The staff of the Holiday Inn Express will gladly assist you in making your stay a comfortable one.
The Triple T Bed and Breakfast is located in Findlay, OH.