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Dayton, Ohio is known as the Birthplace of Aviation. While Kitty Hawk, NC is the place the Wright

Brothers took to the air, Dayton was their home. It was here, in a small bike shop, Wilbur and Orville

envisioned and created their streamlined gliders. Today, the city is home to the Dayton Aviation

Heritage National Historical Park, the Wright family mansion Hawthorn Hill, the National Museum of the

U.S. Air Force, and the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. While Dayton made its name among the clouds,

you’ll find the people here to be decidedly down-to- earth and friendly.

Planning a single day trip, a corporate event or a multi-day excursion? Barons Bus Lines offer the newest

fleet of buses with top of the line amenities like, power outlets, wifi, and seat belts. As a family owned

and operated company in Ohio, we head to locations throughout Ohio, including Columbus, Dayton,

Toledo, Akron, Cleveland and Cincinnati. Call or email us your itinerary and our booking agents and

drivers will ensure you are treated like royalty.

Dayton’s art and food scene has something for everyone. You can catch a ballet or opera at the

Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center or catch a show at the Victoria Theater. When you

are done with the show, take a stroll through downtown and enjoy all the nightlife the city has to offer.

If you enjoy the outdoors, you’ll love Dayton. The Fiver Rivers MetroParks, which is home to 5 different

rivers, offers over 15,000 acres of green space including gardens, camping, fishing, hiking and mountain

biking. In the winter, you can load up the bus with your skis and snowboards and hit the slopes at Mad

River Mountain, which is Ohio’s largest ski resort.

Dayton is starting to make a name for itself as a sports town. The city is home to the Dayton Dragons, a

minor league affiliate with the Cincinnati Reds. If you plan on going to a game at the Firth Third Field,

book early because they hold the national record for the most consecutive sold-out games of any

professional sports team. The last several years, Dayton has been known as the home to First Four,

which are the play in game for March Madness, NCAA Men’s D-1 basketball tournament help at UD

Arena.

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