About Carillon Historical Park

Carillon Historical Park is an open-air history museum that engages you to sample Dayton’s rich heritage of creativity and invention! The Park is situated on a beautiful 65-acre campus between the Great Miami River and a glacial moraine.The Park features Newcom Tavern, the oldest building in Dayton, a hand-carved, Ohio-made Carousel of Dayton Innovation, a 4-D animatronic theatre, the largest carillon in the state of Ohio, the 1905 Wright Flyer III, which is regarded as the first practical airplane and is designated a National Historic Landmark, and so much more!Carillon Park is also home to the Carillon Brewing Co., the only fully operational brewery in a museum in the country! Here you can learn about the brewing process used in the 1850s and taste brews made with historical recipes, instruments, and methods. The brewery offers a full menu of historically inspired dishes to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Visit www.carillonbrewingco.org to learn more!Come explore and celebrate more than two centuries of history at Carillon Historical Park!

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Carillon Brewing Co., an 1850s

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