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     Dayton brings a concise report of advances that changed the world.

     The birthplace of modern aviation, Dayton can be proud of its aeronautical heritage thanks to the Wright brothers - both native to the city. These passionate for engineering invented in Dayton the first flying aircraft ever constructed in the world.

     Today you are welcome to take flight with aeronautical attractions in Dayton with From a budget to luxury room all are available at Our listings include maps, photos and secure forms on each hotel.

     The invention placed Dayton on the move toward further development of aerospace in the area. Along with business Dayton put aviation to the cultural interest and has been profiting from it even today. Nowadays tourism is welcome to introduce the National Museum of the US Air Force and The National Aviation Hall of Fame to public eye.

Other attractions include;

- Wright Cycle Company Complex includes two buildings - the Hoover Block and the Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center both dedicated to aerospace in the area

- Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, a kids' museum with numerous exhibits

- Carillon Park is an outdoor historical museum with original historic homes

- Dayton Art Institute houses some special art exhibitions

- SunWatch, a beautiful archeological park

     Sitting at the Miami River since 1796, the city has always been an ideal base for developing trade. Due to this it always was a much fought-over city suffering from the British Troops in 1812. Surprisingly, this early American city named to honor Jonathan Dayton, wartime hero, expanded on tobacco and textile industries in the post-war period. Trouble came with natural disaster. In 1913 a flood left the city in ruins, but thanks to local efforts it underwent recovery rather quickly.

     Today Dayton continues to grow in terms of business specializing in high technology, research and information services. In addition, Dayton won confidence in transportation being a hub with the largest "90-Minute" market in the nation.

    Packed with business, Dayton is more frenetic than more laid-back other cities. It means you need a special knowledge to avoid hassles while taking in night adventure in the city. If you ask locals for help, they will tell you there are still a few doors like Sloopy's and Pacchia's Jazz Room where business hasn't knocked yet. If you are looking for more than relaxed evening with a bottle of beer and good foods, you should go to Katz to party hard.

    You need a trip to the city to recognize that under the image of serious business hub, Dayton hides a big heart and warm welcome with 

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