Introduction to Toronto, Ohio
Toronto, Ohio, in Jefferson county, is 31 miles W of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The city is part of the Steubenville - Weirton metropolitan statistical area (MSA).
Toronto and Nearby Attractions
- Glamorgan Castle
- Pennsylvania Trolley Museum
- Beaver Creek State Park
- Old Economy Historical Site
- Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium
Things To Do In Toronto
People may visit Memorial Park, which is located in the city, as well as other parks near the city like Tomlinson Run State Park and Raccoon Creek State Park. Activities like boating, fishing and hiking may be enjoyed at these parks. Several museums near the city include Oglebay Institute, Haines House Underground Railroad Center and the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh. Places of historical significance near Toronto include the Clayton - Henry Clay Frick Estate and West Virginia Penitentiary. Old Economy Historical Site is the site of an utopian village that was established in 1824.
Pittsburgh International Airport is the nearest major airport.
Toronto Higher Education
Some of the colleges near Toronto are West Liberty State College, Geneva College, University of Pittsburgh-Main Campus and Robert Morris College.