Country Inn & Suites Dayton South

8277 Yankee Street, (formerly Sleep Inn & Suites), Dayton, Ohio, 45458, United States
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Hotel - Air Force Museum

by CulturalCompetence

My husband is an aviation enthusiast. I am surprising him with a weekend trip to Dayton, Ohio, in September to visit the Air Force Museum. What hotels are close to the museum? Any assistance will be greatly appreciated! Thanks! :-)

Re: Hotel - Air Force Museum

by Yaqui

My husband who was just there, suggested Best Western in Fairborne Ohio, it is right outside the base.:-) He will just love the museum.:-)


Re: Re: Hotel - Air Force Museum

by nav_jewel

Check this (you can also book online)


Re: Hotel - Air Force Museum

by moirholj

I don't have any advice on hotels close by, but if you are looking for somewhere fun to go out at night after you see the museum, you should try the Oregon District in downtown Dayton. The district is basically a street full of unique bars, dance clubs and restaurants...lots of nightlife. There is also a comedy club there if my memory serves me correctly. You can often find live music at The Dublin Pub. Anyway, I always like to go there in the summer, so I thought I would pass that along. Have Fun!

RE: Hotel - Air Force Museum

by Mark.Mears

Guess I should look at the dates on these things before I reply huh? Dah!!!!

RE: Hotel - Air Force Museum

by Mark.Mears

There is a Holiday Inn on Colonel Glenn highway, right across the street from Wright State University. I think this is likely the best accommodation that one could find that is reasonable close to the Air Force Museum. The Museum is adjacent to area B, so the Holiday Inn location on Colonel Glenn is better than other locations in Fairborn which are more near areas A and C of Wright-Patt. The museum and the Wright-Patt areas are about 3 or 4 miles from downtown Dayton. The Fairfield Mall area is very close to the Holiday Inn I mentioned above and that area has a lot of restaurants too. The Wright State University’s Nutter Center also has a variety of events/shows. If you’re here for a few days, you might want to look at that too.

The Oregon District, as mentioned in another reply, is a nice place to find restaurants, bars, nightlife,… that are indigenous to the Dayton area. Jay’s Seafood is in that are and “top notch”, as is the Pine Club which is near downtown on Brown street.

The museum has three huge hangers and a Cinemax theater. If your husband is into anything related to aircraft, he will love the museum.

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In the evenings you normally do not want to walk alone! Dayton has wonderful attractions. Museums, Dance clubs of all kinds, restarants, theatres, musicals, many jobs and all types of people from all walks of life. The picture here is 'Foxy'

Huffman Prairie Ohio Natural Landmark

by Ewingjr98

Huffman Prairie is a 109-acre area, of which of which 78 acres comprise the Huffman Prairie Ohio Natural Landmark, which is located just north of the Huffman Prairie Flying Field, where the Wright Brothers perfected their manned aircraft.

Adjacent is the Huffman Prairie Flying field which is marked by a plaque reading:

Huffman Prairie Flying Field, a unit of the Dayton Heritage National Historic Park, is the site where Wilbur and Orville Wright flew and perfected the world's first practical airplane, the 1905 Wright Flyer III, after their first flights in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in 1903. The Wright brothers mastered the principles of controlled, powered flight at Huffman Prairie during 1904 and 1905. From 1910 to 1915, they operated the Wright School of Aviation here, training many of the world's first pilots, including many military pilots.

Fifth Third Field - Downtown Dayton

by Ewingjr98

Fifth Third Field is named after Fifth Third Bank, which has the logo showing the fraction 5/3... last I checked this was pronounced "Five Thirds." Anyway, Fifth Third Field is the beautiful home of the Dayton Dragons, the Single A affiliate fo the Cincinnati Reds. It was built in 2000 and holds over 7,000 spectators.

The Dayton Dragons have great fans, with some 9 straight years of sellouts and the 6th highest attendance of all 160 minor league baseball teams.

Donato's Pizza - Fairborn

by Ewingjr98

Donato's Pizza, described by a friend as "Serves a 'St Louis style' pizza - thin crust with provolone cheese; it's interesting to try once." The first Donato's was established by a guy named Jim Grote in Columbus, Ohio in 1963... not sure who Donato was, however. Today Donato's has some 170 stores, mostly in Ohio, bust also in Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, and North Carolina. A few years back, Donato's was actually purchased by MacDonald's before eventually returning to the ownership of Jim Grote.

I called late on a recent Sunday night, and was happy to discover they were still open past 10pm and could deliver. I was a bit disappointed when I mentioned my hotel name, and the guy on the phone insisted that I give him the complete address; I had to hang up then call back a few minutes later. When I finally had my full address, I called back and ordered a large, thin-crust "founder's favorite" pizza that comes with provolone, ham, sausage, and banana peppers, along with a 2-liter of Diet Pepsi for just over $20. The pizza arrived in about 45 minutes, still warm and fresh. The dough was thin and very tasty, and the toppings plentiful. The odd thing was the tiny little rectangle slices, many of which were just enough for a single bite, others maybe three bites. Maybe this can be a good thing, but not when you are watching football and have no plates handy--I had to keep running back to the kitchen to get another tiny piece between plays.

USAF museum at...

by miner

USAF museum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
There are over 300 displays of aircraft from the eariest history of flight to the stealth aircraft of today.Included are space capsules and astronaut space suits and food.


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Address: 8277 Yankee Street, (formerly Sleep Inn & Suites), Dayton, Ohio, 45458, United States