Visitors to Huber Heights or Dayton, OH can immerse themselves in several types of history. There are living museums featuring activities mimicking everyday life of the 1800s as well as museums for technology and art. One of the famous museums in the area is the Wright Brothers Memorial, which holds the planes from original flights in Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills. Another museum is actually on the Air Force base in the city: the National Museum of the United States Air Force. Besides this, art lovers can enjoy Ving Tsun history at the Ving Tsun Museum.
The Wright Brothers Memorial is located on Wright Hill Section B in the Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, and it is a great place to enjoy some history. It’s open most of the day during the week, and it’s a great place to take a kid who likes history, planes, or just things that go in general.
The National Museum of the United States Air Force is one of the biggest and oldest Air Force Museums in the nation. This huge museum is another must-see for the kid who loves things that fly, since it has over 400 things that fly in and around the museum. There are also galleries for history lovers; there is one gallery for every major war in which the Air Force has participated, and it’s a great place to learn about the different planes and vehicles that were used during each era of history.
The Ving Tsun Museum is dedicated to the history and practice of the martial art form Ving Tsun. It has lots of articles, artifacts, and contacts for those who are interested in martial arts of any type, but especially in Ving Tsun. Some families who practice this ancient form are connected with this museum and stay in contact through it.