Dayton: The Birthplace of Aviation and So Much More!

Home to the Wright Brothers and their inventions – Dayton, Ohio is the one, authentic, place to explore the past, present and future of aeronautics.  People travel from all over the world to experience Dayton’s world-class singular aviation sites and history!

Now YOU can experience it all, ON US!  Enter below to win the Ultimate Aviation Getaway in Dayton!


If you are the lucky winner, not only will you receive two VIP Chalet tickets to the Vectren Dayton Air Show June 23-24, 2018 —one of the top air shows in the country--, but also three nights of hotel accommodations, dinner at one of the nation’s top two steakhouses (according to The Food Network), and an opportunity to explore all Dayton has to offer.

Discover Dayton’s MUST SEE renowned National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, the world’s largest and oldest military aviation museum featuring 19 acres of enclosed exhibits showcasing over 360 aerospace vehicles in chronological order.  Be enthralled by a Wright Brothers plane, tour presidential aircraft including the plane that flew Kennedy’s body back to D.C. from Dallas, board a NASA Space Shuttle, see the iconic WWII Memphis Belle or the only permanent public display of a B-2 stealth bomber. 

Aviation enthusiasts will also love the sites of the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park that tell the story of the Wright Brothers in Dayton and their invention of manned powered flight.

Along with all the aviation sites, which are listed below, the Dayton area has an excellent selection of local independent restaurants and craft breweries to satisfy the most eclectic palates.  Visit our restaurant section to learn more about incredible Dayton dining destinations such as The Pine Club, El Meson, or Jay’s Seafood.

Request a free Dayton Visitors Guide to learn more about  attractions, events and more in the Dayton area.  Also, follow us on Facebook and Twitter for ongoing updates about things to do in Dayton, Ohio.



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