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Carillon Historical Park New Addition
Carillon Historical Park is boasting of a new feature this year. The impressive addition features animatronic figures in an interactive theatre, a large carousel, cars, toys and a train. The 65-acre park is home to the largest carillon in Ohio with 25 historical buildings, the original 1905 Wright Flyer III, costumed interpreters and much more. It’s just one location in a region of the state packed with modern lessons about Dayton’s history.
Carillon Historical Park is open year round, 9:30am to 5:00pm, Monday through Saturday and Noon to 5:00pm on Sunday. Admissions: $8 (Adults), $5 (Children ages 3-17) and free for children under 3.
You’ll find cool events like the Carillon Concert or Dayton Heritage Festival or even a Victorian Afternoon Tea! To see a list of events at Carillon Park, go to http://www.daytonhistory.org/uploads/Calendar%20Sheet%202012.pdf
Carillon Historical Park is one of many of the historical locations cared for by Dayton History. Other areas of interests are: The Archive Center, Hawthorn Hill, Patterson Homestead, Old Court House, Memorial Hall and Old River Park. You’ll find more information on Carillon Historical Park and other historical locations by checking out their website: daytonhistory.org
As always, whether you are buying or selling you home, I’m the Realtor with your best interest at heart, Jennifer Core, Exit Realty Central. Contact me at Jennifer@ExitDayton.com
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