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Looking for aviation history? Over a million people a year find it here.
The National Museum of the United States Air Force is where you can find over 300 aircraft and missiles, the Wright Flyer, Stealth Fighter, JFK's Air Force One and an IMAX Theatre. Huffman Prairie Flying Field is where the Wright Brothers learned how to fly and control the airplane.
For hiking try
Yellow Springs/Clifton Area, featuring nearly 35 miles of trails within its over 2,000 wooded acres along the Little Miami River watershed, reachable from either village, or John Bryan State Park which features 10 miles of trails within its 755 acres that meander through the cliffs of the Little Miami River watershed.
From its headwaters, the Little Miami River flows southwesterly for 105 miles before reaching the Ohio River. 86 miles of it are prime canoeing, featuring flat-water float with some challenging turns, fast water and breathtaking vistas and scenery. At Clifton Gorge State Nature Preserve the high dolomite cliffs provide an exceptional display of plants most common in climates much farther north. Moving south it widens until reaching Caesar Creek where bluffs as high as 300 feet line the river. Nearing Hamilton, (Cincinnati), and Clermont counties, the flood plain widens to two or three miles in places.
The Little Miami was Ohio's first designated State Scenic River and Ohio's first stream to be named a National Scenic River. And it's rich with relics of Ohio's recent past. Countless Indian villages flourished along its banks. Fort Ancient, a world famous mound builders' site is located on high bluffs overlooking the river.