(Sylvania Twp. OH) One of Toledo's oldest holiday traditions opens this weekend at Wildwood Preserve Metropark.
All-new decorations and lighted trails will greet visitors to this seasons Holidays in the Manor House. The free holiday tradition opens Saturday and is being extended to 16 days because of its popularity.
The number of visitors has grown to nearly 30,000 people, leading Metroparks-Toledo to add some new features. Visitors now will stroll a lighted path from the Metz Visitors Center to the Manor House, with the opporutnity to explore a fairy garden and enjoy other outdoor decorations. Visitors also are invited to stop at a welcome tent to make a s'more over a campfire.
Once inside the Manor House, visitors can take in all the rooms in the mansion decorated in historic themes for the holidays.