Don't fail to take an outdoor walk to see historic aircraft displayed outside the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Leave the museum entry by the doors opposite the doors to the large... more
Here, one can learn all about Dayton's past. All in all, 25 historic buildings have been painstakingly rebuilt here to create this "town". Standing nearby is Deed Carillon, whose 57 bells are used to... more
Yes, there is more to Dayton than aviation. The Dayton Art Institute has a beautiful collection of ancient, Renaissance, and modern art. It's truly impressive. You need to allow at least a couple... more
The Wright Brothers ran a bicycle shop in Dayton for about 16 years... well, not just a single shop, it actually occupied five different location throughout the years. They actually manufactured... more
Huffman Prairie Flying Field covers 84 acres, and is one of four main locations in the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park. This field, along with the nearby Huffman Prairie Flying Field... more
South of Dayton is a beautiful green space, part of the Five Rivers Metropark system, known as the Cox Arboretum. The Cox family donated the land to establish this park in 1962. With a variety of... more
Dayton, Ohio. A little slice of hell along the Great Miami River, which happens to be my hometown.
It also happens to be the home of the Wright Brothers (yeah, North Carolina, we know, you had wind)...
Founded in 1796 and named after Jonathan Dayton, who owned was a captain in the American Revolutionary War and one of the signatories of the U.S. Constitution. Much like many communities during the......
It's not called the Birthplace of Aviation for nothing. Many sites here are geared towards the Wright Brothers and aviation in general.
It's not too bad for a medium-sized city. I have to admit that...