Situated on Monroe Street in downtown Toledo, the Toledo Museum of Art is one of the best Toledo attractions, with a gathering of more than 30,000 works. Established in 1901 by nearby glassmaker Edward Drummond Libbey, the gallery moved to its present area in 1912. It is housed in a Greek recovery constructing and experienced extensions in the 1930s.
It is popular for its gathering of nineteenth and twentieth century glass workmanship, yet in addition has American, European, Greek, Japanese, Renaissance, and Roman show-stoppers. The Toledo Symphony Orchestra performs in the Peristyle, a show corridor in the east wing of the historical center.