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OYO Hotel Findlay OH I-75 & Broad Ave.
OYO Hotel Findlay OH I-75 & Broad Ave.
OYO Hotel Findlay OH I-75 & Broad Ave.
OYO Hotel Findlay OH I-75 & Broad Ave.
OYO Hotel Findlay OH I-75 & Broad Ave.

OYO Hotel Findlay OH I-75 & Broad Ave.

1951, Broad Ave, Findlay, OH, 45840
3.3 (29 Ratings)·Fair
Reception
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Queen Bed
$46$7639% off
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The cultural capital of Northern Ohio, the murals on the walls of the town like recreations of Vincent Van Gogh’s Starry Night prove as much. It is the county seat of Hancock County. It is historically remembered as the state that was a stop of the Underground Railway for the slaves on their way to Canada. Findlay is a small town but has made giant leaps in the field of industrialization since its birth.

Places to visit in and around Findlay, Ohio
  • Glass Heritage Gallery - This peculiar museum stands solely as a remembrance of the glass-making history of Ohio. The state’s industries were stalwarts in the business and the museum is home to the varied glass and crystals manufactured in its once-thriving glass plants during the early nineteenth century. The museum is best noted for the skilled craftsmanship of the welders of Ohio that created the etched glass patterns which soared in popularity and cemented the state’s reputation as the world’s glassmaker. The Fostoria Glass Company came into existence on the grounds of Ohio. The nearest hotel to the gallery is the Hotel Findlay OH I-75 & Broad Ave.
  • Hancock Historical Museum- It is dedicated to preserving the sentimentality of Hancock County. The boundaries of the Museum encompass the Hull-Flater House, the Davis Homestead, The Crawford Log House and the De-Wald Funk House. You can observe the permanent exhibits of the museum that display a barrage of memorabilia from key moments of USA war history like World War and the Civil War.
  • Black Heritage Library and Multicultural Center- What this library sets out to achieve is to give widespread visibility to the cultural diversity of Findlay through one-of-a-kind displays. The contributions of a group of African-American airmen called the Tuskegee Airmen are chronicled inside the center. Adding one more feather to its cap, the Black Heritage Library became the only location in the world to be granted the Smithsonian Institute's Black Wings exhibit.
  • What To Eat

    The most eye-grabbing name in the area, Wilson’s Sandwich Shop has been around for decades, wowing residents and tourists alike with its hamburger, fries and shakes combo. Buffalo Wild Wings is a renowned chain of fast food joints across the USA and the wings and beer served in the restaurant have made devout fans out of many. When you are in Finland, make sure you add the joint to your list. For everything Mexican, make a beeline for Amy May's Rockin' Taco which is people’s favorite food truck for tacos, burritos, and fajitas.

    How To Reach

    Interstate 75, State Route 68 and US 224 are major highways that pass through the city. Additionally, the nearest airport to the town is the Toledo Express Airport which is approximately an hour away from the Hancock Historical Museum. To move around the city, you can make use of taxi services.

    OYO Hotels in Findlay, Ohio offer amenities like free Wi-fi, comfortable beds, tea/coffee maker, ensuite bathrooms, card-payment options, and parking for the guests. For your next visit to Findlay, choose OYO Hotels for a comfortable and convenient stay.

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