Known as The Land of the Funk throughout the 70s and 80s, Dayton is opening The Funk Music Hall of Fame and Exhibition Center. Its mission is to house and maintain Funk music memorabilia to educate the public about the history of Funk.
Tired of the same exercise routine? Try visiting some of Dayton’s notable spots while you exercise!
116 steps leading from bottom to top, Miamisburg Mound is a great spot for a powerful stair climbing workout! The height of Miamisburg Mound is 65 feet, roughly equivalent to 6 stories.
If you’ve been in the downtown Dayton, no doubt you’ve seen the bright green Link Bikes in action.
Riders can access the bikes at any of twenty-four stations throughout the downtown area. Bikes are available for one time users, and memberships are also available. Trips are available for 30 minutes at a time, and if a rider wants to use the bike longer, they can either check the bike back in then check it out again, or they can keep the bike past 30 minutes and pay an additional fee.
We’ve attended a few of the great events in Dayton so far this summer season, and wanted to share some pictures. Take a look!
Dayton Convention Center (DCC)
22 East 5th Street
Dayton, OH 45402