Programs & Activites!
Dayton History offers fun-filled historical experiences through the year for the whole family to enjoy. Choose from our annual events & workshops, or create your own personalized historical experience that fits your unique educational needs. Our Education department will work closely with you to setup your perfect Dayton History experience. For more information, please call 937-293-2841 ext. 127 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Typically held on Sundays and during Carillon Historical Park’s main events, Deeds Carillon concerts are performed by award-winning carilloneur Larry Weinstein. At 151-feet, with 57 bells, the limestone Deeds Carillon-the Park’s namesake-is Ohio’s largest carillon.
Watch the area’s top high school musicians come together to play classic pieces.
The Carillon Park Railroad was built with education by demonstration in mind: a complete operating 1/8th scale railroad with the sights and sounds of the railroad industry from its earliest days to the present. All locomotive types – steam, electric and diesel – are operated on the railroad and serve to both preserve and demonstrate historical technologies.
Typically holding games on Sundays, and during Carillon Historical Park’s main events, the Clodbuster Base Ball Club play 1860s base ball (spelled using two words until the 1880s). Enjoying the game the “way it was meant to be played,” the Clodbusters dress in period uniforms and adhere to 1860s rules.
Explore the history of printing in Dayton, learn the art of letterpress printing, and create your own personalized stationary.
Artisan Day at Carillon Historical Park welcomes guests in from the cold to celebrate the talents of Dayton area artists. This free event is the perfect way to shop local during the holidays.