Driving is the best way around. Walking, biking and hiking is an option since there are numerous parks and an inviting downtown area. A walk on the College of Wooster campus is also a very inviting and pleasant experience.
The College of Wooster Art Museum, 1220 Beall Avenue (In the Ebert Art Center off Beall Avenue between Wayne Avenue and University Street.), ☎ +1-(330)-263-2495 (fax: +1-(330)-263-2633), . Monday: Closed, Tues - Fri : 10:30 am - 4:30 pm, Sat & Sun: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Closed during holidays & college breaks.. edit
The College of Wooster - Independent liberal arts college, founded in 1866 and nationally recognized for an innovative curriculum that emphasizes independent learning, an ivy league atmosphere with magnificent architecture and parklike grounds, 1189 Beall(pronounced bell) Ave., (330) 263-2000
Wayne County Historical Society and Museum - Artifacts and displays from Wayne County history, 546 E. Bowman St., (330) 264-8856, OPEN: Wednesday through Sunday, 2:00 - 4:30 pm, Tour includes current exhibit and buildings, Closed January and holidays, ADMISSION: $5.00 adults; children under 14 and members of the society, free.
Wooster Parks - 13 parks (listed below), 2759 Long Rd, (330) 263-5206
Wooster Memorial Park - Seven miles of hiking trails and picnic pavilions. Horseback riding and mountain biking are prohibited. Five miles West of Wooster, off US 250
Bell Park - Located off Winter Street, behind the hospital, playground
Christmas Run Park - North of Bowman Street, between Grant and Woodland, playground, pool, tennis courts, picnic pavillons, gazebo, covered bridge, creek, pond.
Cohan Park - Located off Miller Blvd, playground and picnic pavillion
Freedlander Park - Hillside Drive, off Friendsville Road, pool, chalet, picnic pavillions, playground, sand volleyball court, playing fields, horseshoe court, lake.
Hudson Park - Cleveland and Smithville-Western Roads, picnic tables
Gerstenslager Park - Located off SR 585, picnic tables, baseball fields
Grosjean Park - Located on Freedlander Road and Maple Street - near Schellin Park, stream and walkway for nature trails
Jaycee Park - Between Spink and Gasche Streets, playground and picnic pavillion
Knights Field Park - Located off Rebecca Street, pool, tennis courts, horseshoe court, picnic pavillion, playground.
Secrest Arboretum at The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, 2680 Madison Ave. 1+ 330-263-3741
Stan Miller Park - Near US Route 30 interchange, off Beaver Street, playground, picnic pavillion, pond with fountain, skate park, playing fields.
Walnut Street Park - South Grant and West Henry Streets, behind the Wayne Center for the Arts, basketball court, playground, picnic tables.
Walton Woods - Located off Mechanicsburg Road, tree nursery and flower beds