Location

Dayton Aviation Heritage National 

Historical Park 

16 S. Williams St., Dayton, OH 45402

Visitor Center:

There are seasonal hours during the fall and winter months.  Please call  937-225-7705 

for the current park schedule.

See the Visitor Center page for details on hours.

Parking:

From W. Third St., turn south on Williams St and then turn left on Fourth St. Go 1/2 block and turn left into the Visitor Center parking area.

CLICK HERE for a parking map.

Travel Note - Third St. Bridge closure:

The Third Street Bridge will be CLOSED beginning Jan. 1, 2020 until approximately Oct. 2021. Visitors can use the Fifth St. Bridge or the Salem Ave. Bridge as detours from downtown Dayton. A file with more detailed instructions for visitors traveling from the north or south via I-75, or from the east and west via US35 can be downloaded by

CLICKING HERE.

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Congratulations to Woodland Cemetery


Woodland Historic Cemetery and Arboretum Celebrates its 175 Anniversary.

Founded in 1841, Woodland Cemetery is one of the nation's five oldest rural garden cemeteries and a unique cultural, botanical and educational resource in the heart of Dayton, Ohio. As the resting place for the Wright Brothers, Katherine Wright Haskell, Bishop Wright, Paul Laurence Dunbar, and Charles F. Kettering, it is part of "The Aviation Trail", and the "National Aviation Heritage Area". It is also know for its Romanesque gateway, chapel and office, and with its 200 acres of rolling hills, century old trees, and Victorian monuments, is listed as an Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.

Visit the website at http://www.woodlandcemetery.org/ or better yet, plan a trip to take in the beauty and history of Woodland first hand.



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