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3/19/20 - UPDATE: Carillon Historical Park will be temporarily closing March 20

Carillon Park OPEN, suspends admission fees

Carillon Park OPEN, suspends admission fees
3/17/2020

Carillon Park grounds OPEN & Carillon Brewing Co available for carryout or delivery

Carillon Park OPEN, suspends admission fees

Responding to COVID-19 at Carillon Park

Carillon Park grounds OPEN & Carillon Brewing Co available for carryout or delivery

Carillon Park Exhibit Buildings Temporarily Closed

As we continue to navigate this challenging time, all of us have become accustomed to hearing reports of closures and cancellations. We would like to take this opportunity to share with you what Carillon Historical Park continues to offer to our resilient Dayton community.

While our exhibit buildings and indoor exhibit spaces remain closed until further notice, we have temporarily suspended our admission fees and are allowing guests to walk the grounds of Carillon Park during our normal operating hours (Monday-Saturday, 9:30-5:00 and Sundays 12:00-5:00). This will allow guests to enjoy some early spring weather, climb Brethen Tower for some exercise, and perhaps spot Willa or Orv, the American bald eagles nesting above the Wright Brothers National Museum.

In accordance with the Governor’s order, a select menu featuring favorites from the Carillon Brewing Company and Culp’s Cafe will be available for carry-out and delivery orders from 11:00 am – 7:00pm.

Deeds Carillon will continue to serve as a landmark by day and a pillar of light by night. As they do throughout the year, the bells will strike the Westminster chimes every 15 minutes, and mini-concerts of three to five selections will continue to play at 12:00 noon, 2:00pm and 5:00pm.

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Finally, for our loyal Dayton History members, we want you to know that once we have resumed normal museum operations, we will extend active, current memberships by the length of time associated with this unprecedented closure.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding as our privately funded, non-profit organization continues its historic preservation and educational work during this global health crisis.

Please note, since this article was published, Carillon Park have issued a notice that they intend to close effective March 20.

Read more: Carillon Historical Park Temporarily Closing

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