4.5 based on 543 reviews
This isn’t your average outing or everyday experience—Breakout is for those who would rather solve mysteries than watch someone else have all the fun. With different rooms that follow unique story-lines, you and your friends will have 60 minutes to escape your adventure of choice by cracking codes, solving puzzles and following clues. Part problem solving, part adrenaline, end-to-end fun!
An enjoyable time as you try to find clues that open the way to find more clues. Excitement increases as your time winds down. We went in October and then again in November and did different venues. Enjoyed both, never solved the final clues to...MoreThank you for your descriptive review. We are glad you enjoyed your time at Breakout. Solving the clues can be difficult, but it is definitely fun too! You'll have to come back again to see if you can break out of your next challenge!
4.5 based on 142 reviews
This beautiful 189-acre facility is a special place for visitors to escape among trees, shrubs, specialty gardens, mature forests, and prairies. The arboretum hosts year-round educational programs that teach children and adults about sustainable horticulture, plant science, and conservation. Cox Arboretum MetroPark is also home to a native-Ohio Butterfly House.
We visited the place at the end of the day. The park is relatively small, yet refreshing and nice. There were no butterflies in the butterfly house (maybe because of time). I can hardly remember my toddler so happy in a park. Wish there were butterflies for her to watch.
5 based on 3 reviews
The museum is MASSIVE, and there are more planes, military equipment and uniforms, and war artifacts to count. To try to read everything would take hours! The best part about the museum is admission is free! You will definitely get good exercise just walking throughout the space, but prepare for long walks for small kids and those with mobility challenges (I believe there are strollers and scooters available in the lobby) There are several planes in hangar 4, including a few Air Force One, that can be walked through, but the spaces are very narrow, which I can see problematic for larger or older individuals. There are opportunities for flight simulators geared towards older children and adults. My two toddlers (ages 4 and 3) had a great time seeing all the planes, but I wish there were more interactive exhibits/exhibits children could sit in, that would entertain smaller kids. Def recommend for Dayton visitors and history buffs!
4.5 based on 132 reviews
An outdoor concert venue featuring top name national and local entertainment.
Something for everyone! Truly the best ! All kinds of artistic things for the discriminate buyer! So much talent heather to show their wares and sell! I bought a fabulous metal flower for my yard and a beautiful pair of earrings! Great crowd, perfect weather, enjoyable day! Truly the Fraze has so much to offer, just walking around when nothing is going on is a pleasure!
5 based on 730 reviews
Going in the middle of the week was a good choice. I got a personal walk around inside the transportation museum and the Wright museum. Both of these are well worth the visit, not to mention everything else on the grounds. There are some historical artifacts that you cannot see anywhere else as they literally don't exist. The grounds are lovely and I would love to come back when the weather is nice. The staff is excellent as well. I haven't been to a museum where the docents were that helpful in a long time. As an added bonus a young bald eagle pair has just established a nest above the Wright museum and you can see them flying around or sitting in the trees. Very neat experience.
4 based on 2 reviews
My brother-in-law and I rented kayaks from this location for my birthday. Folks working here were very helpful and nice. They provide everything you need for a fun experience. We kayaked down the Little Miami River for the 5 mile trip. Really enjoyed our trip. They also rent canoes if you'd rather go that route.
Look forward to doing it again!
4.5 based on 32 reviews
My wife and I walked around the green. A lot of nice restaurants. Most of the stores are high priced yuppie stores. Not really my taste is stores. Nice movie theater. Nice place for a short walk. Nice atmosphere.
Not one of my favorite places to shop.
5 based on 14 reviews
Great option for higher-end food and craft-brew beers. They have expanded their menu over the years, and rather than exotic snacks, you can order real meals that are unique. The locale is small, but inviting--and a great choice for friends and couples. No kids, though!
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Used by hikers, bikers and horseback riders, this scenic trail is part of an 80-mile trail network extending from eastern Cincinnati to Buck Creek State Park.
We regularly ride the Little Miami Trail and find each section is a fine bike trail. The paved Trail runs on an old railroad bed right beside the national scenic Little Miami River, extending 78 miles through five counties.
We often look for lesser travelled sections in northern Warren County, up in to Greene County. Oregonia, Corwin and Spring Valley offer good parking and a fine ride.
Down south, Loveland is a lively town with several restaurants available and periodic festivals or events. Yet, for a relaxing ride, Loveland area can be too crowded and busy.
Try riding from Xenia up to Yellow Springs, see the college town and interesting galleries and shops - then enjoy coasting for a couple miles going back to Xenia! Xenia Railroad Station Park is a nexus of several bike trails.
See Wikipedia or MiamiValleyTrails.org for more info.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
´Tis a grand day.
Stubbs Park is a Centerville City park; While Centerville founded in 1796, is dedicated to maintaining its historical heritage, the City of Centerville housing market ranges in price from $160,000 to over $1,000,000 (including many highly restrictive local zonings and community covenants.)
Forward thinkers and planners insured that a network of Green Spaces, including city parks, township parks, Metro Parks, and state parks would guarantee abundant nearby nature areas.
Stubbs Park is a wonderful multi-purpose park featuring family centered activities. The Amphitheater provides many varieties of local entertainment.
Stubbs Park is also home to a dedicated memorial to U.S. Armed Forces.
Today, Stubbs Parked was filled with families, couples, and several sports teams.
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