Due to requests, and the generous support of Miami Valley Gaming, The Harmon Museum remain open for extended hours until 8:00pm on February 2, 6, 9 and 13. This is to allow access to those who cannot view the special exhibit, The American Revolution Experience, during the business day.
The Harmon Museum’s Armstrong Gallery of Flight has been accepted as a member of the Dayton, Ohio’s Historic Aviation Trail, “a non-profit corporation in partnership with the National Park Service, to promote Aviation Heritage in the Dayton region.”
The Armstrong Gallery of Flight houses a collection of rare aviation related artifacts including Orval Wright’s top hat worn at the Wright Brothers’ Homecoming Celebration in June of 1909. Also on display are items gifted from Neil Armstrong and artifacts relating to the incredible legacy of Ohio’s Flying Farmers.
Other sites on the historic Aviation Trail include The Wright Cycle Company, Carillon Historical Park, and the National Museum of the United States Air Force.
For more information on the Armstrong Gallery of Flight, click here. It is open, along with the rest of Harmon Museum, from 10-4pm, Tuesday-Saturday.
Various staff and volunteer writers.