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K-12 Gallery For Young People 510 East Third Street, Dayton, OH 45402, 937-461-5149, A nonprofit arts organization offering children classes, workshops, exhibitions, and special events "aiming to provide young people with a true sense of community, belonging and respect."


Laser Quest 201 East Alex-Bell Road, Centerville, OH 45459, 937-434-0088, Laser Quest is live action laser tag at its best. Enter the multi-level arena where fog, music and special effects combine to provide an incredible combination of tag and hide & seek. For family and group events, birthday parties or on your own, Laser Quest is interactive intense fun for ages 7-77.


RiverScape MetroPark 111 East Monument Avenue, Dayton, OH 45402, 937-274-0126, A development featuring permanent interactive exhibits and entertainment centers. A fountain shoots five streams of water 200 feet in the air. Music and laser/light shows are scheduled through October.


Splash! Moraine 3800 Main Street, Moraine, OH 45439, 937-535-1100, A 20,000 square feet wave pool, a lazy river, and water slides await you at Splash! Moraine. 

  Historic Sites & Monuments

Historic Oregan District 46 Hess Street, Dayton, OH 45402, 937-223-0538, A historical residential district, five square blocks in size, at the edge of downtown Dayton. Home to some of the city's first merchants. Within the district is a unique block of fine restaurants, outdoor dining, taverns, entertainment, and unusual retail shops. Walking tour brochures available. 


SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park 2301 West River Road, Dayton, OH 45418-2815, 937-268-8199, Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a National Historic Landmark, this excavated site is a partially reconstructed Fort Ancient period Native American village along the Great Miami River. Those who lived in this area were the first intensive farmers and the last prehistoric group to occupy it prior to the arrival of European settlers. Experimental archaeological research and an interpretive center are on-site.


Woodland Cemetery & Arboretum (circa 1841) 118 Woodland Avenue, Dayton, OH 45409-2892, 937-228-2581, One of the nationís five oldest rural/garden cemeteries, Woodland Cemetery has become a cultural, botanical, and educational resource for Dayton. The Arboretumís 200 acres of rolling hills have over 3,000 trees and 165 specimens of native Midwestern woody plants. The Romanesque gateway, chapel, and office are listed on National Register of Historic Places. Wilbur and Orville Wright and Erma Bombeck are buried here. 

  Libraries & Research Centers

Aullwood Audubon Center & Farm 1000 Aullwood Road, Dayton, OH 45414, 937-890-7360, An environmental education center, Aullwood offers children and adults the chance to learn how to protect birds and other wildlife and the habitats in which they live. 

  Museums & Galleries

Carillon Historical Park 1000 Carillon Boulevard, Dayton, OH 45409, 937-293-2841, An outdoor history museum celebrating the history of the area with over 20 exhibit buildings on a 65-acre site. The centerpiece of the exhibits is the 1905 Wright Flyer III housed in Wright Hall. Other outstanding exhibits include the 1796 Newcom Tavern, the oldest standing building in Dayton, the William Morris House, antique automobiles, bicycles, and a train manufactured in the Miami Valley. 


Dayton Art Institute 456 Belmonte Park North, Dayton, OH 45406, 937-223-5277, Overlooking the Great Miami River and downtown Dayton, in an Italian Renaissance-style building, the Dayton Art Institute houses an extensive permanent collection of American, European, Asian and African art, as well as special exhibitions, educational programs, and special events.  


Dayton International Peace Museum 208 West Monument Avenue, Dayton, OH 45402, 937-22PEACE, The world spends over $2 Billion a day on weapons of war. Where are the images of peace? "There is no way to Peace. Peace is the Way." The museum houses permanent exhibits, hosts peace activities, and special events. 


Dayton Visual Arts Center 40 West Fourth Street, Dayton, OH 45402, 937-224-3822, DVAC, the leading contemporary art gallery and visual artists' organization in greater Dayton, presents a series of quality exhibitions and programs that promote regional visual artists each year.  


National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center 1350 Brush Bow Road; P.O. Box 578, Wilberforce, OH 45384, 937-376-4944, 800-752-2603, More than 10,000 items and artifacts honor and preserve African-American culture and history at the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center, one-half mile north of U.S. 42 and adjacent to Central State University. The museum's permanent exhibition, "From Victory to Freedom: Afro-American Life in the Fifties," explores African-American experiences in America's history from the period following World War II to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1964.  

  National Parks & Natural Wonders

Dayton Aviation Heritage Historical Park 22 South Williams Street, Dayton, OH 45402, 937-225-7705, Dedicated to three exceptional men, Wilbur Wright, Orville Wright, and Paul Laurence Dunbar, this historical park exhibits their groundbreaking work in the Miami Valley. In the Wright Cycle Company building there is a museum about the Wright brothers in Dayton and the Paul Laurence Dunbar State Memorial honors this African American writer's prolific works concerning America's social attitudes.  

  Parks, Gardens & Zoos

Carriage Hill MetroPark & Farm 7800 East Shull Road, Dayton, OH 45424, 937-879-0461, Discover 900 acres rich in cultural and natural history where you can journey back to the 1880's. Household chores and farming are performed as they were 100 years ago and a variety of farm animals fill the barn.  

  Science & Technology

Boonshoft Museum of Discovery 2600 DeWeese Parkway, Dayton, OH 45414, 937-275-7431, Explore the wonders of the world at Boonshoft Museum of Discovery where adults and children can experience tons of scientific adventure through such areas of the center as the Hall of the Universe, Charles E. Exley, Jr. Wild Ohio Zoo, and EcoTrek.