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SunWatch Indian Village/Archaeological Park, Dayton

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web
SunWatch is a 13th century American Indian village located along the Great Miami River in Dayton, OH. Archaeological excavations from 1971-1988 revealed a planned, stockaded Fort Ancient period settlement with astronomical alignments. The Village is now partially reconstructed and features a Museum/Interpretive Center.
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  • We visited on a Sunday afternoon. Hardly anyone there but us! After a short video you could pick going through the inside or outside exhibits first. The good: clean facility, interesting displays. Nic...  read more »
  • Very cool piece of history. A lot of artifacts in the museum and great effort to restore the site. As of 9/11/16 it is $7/person for adults, which was a little pricey for me but then again it's a grea...  read more »
  • Museum was small , but the kids really enjoyed the outdoor part where you get to see how Indians lived and where the slept Took us 1-2 hours to complete , so it wasn't a full day activity 
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