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Dayton Map, Ohio

If you feel like you need some help to find your way in your destination city, you are in the right place. This Dayton Map will certainly help you to seek out the best restaurants, clubs and sights in town. You want to know what is the best place for a walk? Or what you should be watching out for during your visit? Learn more about the best things to do in the city reading our travel tips and then get around in Dayton with Travelgrove's map. While searching for places, you can also check some cheap flights or deals or you can take a look at our user's galleries about the city. We hope you will find our city map of Dayton useful. Enjoy your trip and come back to share your travel experience about Dayton!

Dayton Nightlife

Daytona Beach, FL, United StatesFor those who like to get on the dance floor, Dayton has a number of options for them. Though small, ‘The Pearl’ draws a decent number of people and most importantly, it remains open up to 3 am. ‘Hammerjacks’ has something for everyone. Upstairs, there is a chilling lounge with an LCD. There are bar tables, couches, pool tables and a small bar. Downstairs, there is a double deck dance floor in addition to two... read more

Dayton Sightseeing

Daytona Beach, FL, United States‘The Wright Patterson Air force Base’ is a very important part of the economy, as it is a reason behind most tourism and it has almost 23,000 people as its employees. It boasts the ‘National Museum of US Air Force’ and also the ‘Huffman Prairie Flying Field’. In this place, Oliver and Wilbur Wright perfected their flying skills in the early 1900s. There is also a rumor that Wright Patterson is the resting... read more

Dayton Travel Guide

A small group of settlers founded Dayton in April, 1796. In 1805, the town was incorporated and was named after Jonathan Dayton, captain in American Revolutionary War. Jonathan Dayton was also the signer of U.S. Constitution. City was home of pioneers in aviation, Wilbur and Orville Wright. Prior to their aviation success, they ran a bicycle shop in the city. Again, names like Paul Laurence Dunbar (Famous Poet) and... read more

Dayton History

There were some setbacks, such as the Cooper’s Mills fire in 1820 which destroyed 4,000 bushels of wheat and 2,000 pounds of wool and cholera outbreaks in 1832 and 1849 which together killed more than two hundred residents, but in 1841 Dayton became an official city.  Throughout the latter part of the 19th century, the city was impressively developed, modernized, and otherwise improved. read more

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