- TripBuzz found 67 things to do with kids in or near Fairborn, Ohio, including 58 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dayton, Springfield, Yellow Springs and Kettering.
- From Bowl 10 to Skyborn Skateland, the Fairborn area offers 59 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Sports Facilities/Fields, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- Located near the Wright Patterson Air Force Base and only a 20 minute drive from Dayton, Fairborn, OH is surrounded by a multitude of attractions and entertainment for the whole family. Before Europeans settled the area, Fairborn was inhabited by Adena and Hopewell Indians, leaving a number of historic attractions in the area.
Featuring a 177 acre lake, Middlefork Reservoir Park can be used for fishing and boating with boat rentals available at the park. It has picnic areas, nature trails, a playground, volleyball courts and a nearby dog park.
The mission of Richmond Civic Theatre is to produce high quality theatrical productions that will engage, entertain, educate, and inspire the participants and audiences alike. Theater is older, beautiful and well-taken care of.
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446 N 10th Street, Richmond, IN 47374 MoreLess Info
Dick Baumgartner's Basketball Shooting Camp provides instruction on shooting a basketball using proven and simplified terminology, techniques and drills. 4th through 12th grade boys and girls are eligible to participate in the shooting camps.
Gennett Walk of Fame is located along South 1st street in Richmond. Paved with several bronze and mosaic plaques commemorating Gennet's artist, it is rich in historical value. It is a must-see place for any music lover.
Model T Ford Museum is filled with a collection of vehicles and memorabilia related to T-models. The stars being 1909 touring car, an English-built town car, a cut away chassis and more. Manuals, publications, CDs and restoration DVDs are available.
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180 Ft. Wayne Ave., Richmond, IN 47374 MoreLess Info
At the Starr-Gennett Foundations Jazz Museum & Gift Shop, visitors can tour the historical remains of their recording studio, piano factory, and mansion. They also have a Gennett Records Walk of Fame that honors jazz musicians with ceramic records.