National Museum of the US Air Force is a national museum dedicated to the United States Air Force. It has over 360 aircraft and missiles. It is the largest and the oldest aviation museum in the country and has been attracting millions of visitors for years now. The museum's displays consist of many historically rare aircraft that are of technological importance. So do not miss out on visiting this museum if you are an aviator lover or want to know more about American war history.
Constructed in 1796, Newcom Tavern is one of the oldest buildings in Ohio. The two-story structure was initially used as school, store and it also served as a courthouse during the 18th Century. It was also converted into a museum in 1896, post which it was moved to its current address at Carillon Historical Park. The historic house is still open for visits, however, entry to its second floor is restricted.
A beautiful car museum which was initially a car dealership, America's Packard Museum is a good place to be. On display are classic cars from Packard which was a car company in the early 1900s. This museum was opened in 1992 and they have one of the largest collections of Packard cars in the world. Visitors can also volunteer at the museum and enjoy a piece of history.
Drop by if you feel like getting acquainted with diverse art forms. Check out the various international exhibitions, educational programs and much more. The vast collections displayed include photography, textiles, oceanic and pre-Columbian art. After your visit, you can stop by at Cafe Monet and feast on fast-food and homemade desserts. If you've come with a huge group, don't fret, the cafe has a private room that can accommodate up to 40 people. Also, don't forget to stop by at the museum store to pick up a unique gift for your loved one. Become a member and avail a number of discounts and personal invitations to major art events held at the museum.
Boonshoft Museum of Discovery is a different kind of museum in itself that specializes in science and the natural history of animals and other creatures. They also offer special programs and learning for children in the area of animals.
This was the historic home of Paul Laurence Dunbar in Dayton. He was an eminent American poet and writer who published hundreds of poems, songs, and novels. He was an integral part of African American history. Being a part of the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, this museum houses the items owned by Paul Dunbar which are on display for viewing.
The Lagonda Club Building is a historic structure which was established in 1895. The building is an example of the Beaux-Arts style of architecture. It once served as a meeting place and club, but is today rented to various businesses. However it continues to be an attraction and landmark because of its beautiful architecture and rich history.
Clark County Heritage Center dates back to the 19th Century. This Romanesque style structure now occupies the Clark County Historical Society which comprises archives, research library and a museum.
A mainstay of Springfield's theater scene for over a quarter of a century, the Turner Studio Theater hosts everything from plays, recitals, and dance performances to workshops, and academic events. A 200-seater facility, its versatility, and history make it a sought-after venue for small-scale creative productions.
The Kuss Auditorium is located in the center of the city and in close proximity to the Clark State Performing Arts Center. It is a large performing arts space which is well-equipped with the latest light and acoustic installations ensuring that every show is a success. Guests can enjoy performances such as concerts, musicals, theater, and drama. Rental services are available for independent productions too.
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, or St. John's Evangelical German Lutheran Church is a historic church in Springfield, Ohio. Built in 1897 by Charles A. Cregar, the church is a great example of Romanesque architecture with stone exteriors, turrets and an extensive rose window. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.