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Interesting places to visit in Dayton

  • National Museum of the US Air Force
    Interactive military flight museum
    Aviation museum with flight simulator, a 3D theater, war-themed exhibits & an on-site cafe.
  • Five Rivers MetroParks
    Public park with nature trails & a river
    Large public park featuring a variety of nature trails, a river for paddling & shelters that can be reserved.
  • Carillon Historical Park
    Historical artifacts, buildings & more
    65-acre park featuring transportation exhibits, 25 historical buildings & costumed interpreters.
  • Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park
    Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park in Dayton, Ohio, United States that commemorates three important historical figures—Wilbur Wright
  • Cox Arboretum MetroPark
    Plant preserve with educational programs
    Scenic retreat with gardens & a butterfly habitat, plus walking trails & classes for all ages.
  • Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
    Science museum & archaeological site
    Archaeological park & all-ages science museum with a planetarium, live animals, fossils & more.
  • Sunwatch Indian Village
    Archaeological site & educational center
    Excavated remains of a 13th-century Native American village, with exhibits & artifacts.
  • Downtown Dayton
    Art and beer
    Downtown Dayton is the beautiful central business district of Dayton, Ohio. Major reinvestment in the downtown area began heavily in the mid-1990s, and continues today with $2 billion in residential
  • RiverScape MetroPark
    Water views & scenic flowers
    Park along the Great Miami River, offering winter ice-skating, community events & floral plantings.
  • Oregon Historic District
    Art and shopping
    The Oregon Historic District is a neighborhood in Dayton, Ohio. The Oregon District includes one of the earliest surviving combinations of commercial and residential architecture in Dayton. Examples
  • The Dayton Art Institute
    Fine arts museum with a hands-on gallery
    Art museum in a historic building with a broad collection, an interactive kids’ gallery & programs.
  • Carriage Hill MetroPark
    Historic farm with a lake & trails
    City park featuring an 1880s-era farm with activities & a visitor center, a lake & nature trails.