Two nights accommodations
Wright Brothers Cycle Shop
Carillon Historical park
United States Air Force Museum
National Aviation Hall of Fame
Huffman Prairie Flying Field
Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum
Wright Brothers Cycle Co. & Wright Dunbar Center - A national Historic Landmark, this structure also represents the site where the Wright Brothers first became actively interested in the idea of flying.
Carillon Historic Park - See the Wright Flyer III, one of two existing planes built and flown by the Wright Brothers. Other exhibits include a 1930’s print shop, steam locomotives, Dayton’s oldest building and much more. Guides will interpret the historic exhibits.
Woodland Cemetery (Drive Thru Tour) - See the final resting place of the Wright Brothers.
Hawthorn Hill - Explore this National Landmark 1900’s home of Orville Wright featuring furnishings and the inventor’s study.
U.S. Air Force Museum - The oldest and largest military aviation museum in the world. Exhibits include over 300 aircraft missiles and displays, including the Air Force One that was used by President Kennedy thru Clinton. The National Aviation Hall of Fame is located within the museum, honoring America’s air and space pioneers.
Huffman Prairie Flying Field - See the open field where the Wright Brothers perfected the airplane and created the world’s first airport. You can see a replica of the 1905 hanger constructed on the site by the Wright brothers.
Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum - The museum itself is designed to resemble a futuristic moon base. Artifacts include the Gemini VII spacecraft, Gemini and Apollo spacesuits and Apollo 11 moon rock.