Miamisburg (/maɪˈæmiːzbɜːrɡ/ my-AM-eez-burg) is a city in Montgomery County, Ohio, United States. The population was 20,181 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area. Miamisburg is known for its large industry (mainly for its nuclear operations during World War II) and retail factors (such as the Dayton Mall) commercial business area, which is partially located in Miami Township, but is probably most famous for being the home to the Miamisburg Mound. Miamisburg borders Miami Township, Springboro, and West Carrollton. The sister city of Miamisburg is Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada.
Restaurants in Miamisburg
4 based on 214 reviews
Great for a date night or a celebration. The shows are always well put together, the staff is friendly, and the food is always fresh and delicious. Plan on taking about 4 hours at La Comedia.
Always have a great number of shows to choose from.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
This beautiful 189-acre facility is a special place for visitors to escape among trees, shrubs, specialty gardens, mature forests, and prairies. The arboretum hosts year-round educational programs that teach children and adults about sustainable horticulture, plant science, and conservation. Cox Arboretum MetroPark is also home to a native-Ohio Butterfly House.
We visited the place at the end of the day. The park is relatively small, yet refreshing and nice. There were no butterflies in the butterfly house (maybe because of time). I can hardly remember my toddler so happy in a park. Wish there were butterflies for her to watch.
5 based on 48 reviews
We toured the new fourth hangar with Presidential airplanes and experimental aircraft - including a flying saucer. I was surprised at how small the early sidential planes were. The facilities are very, very clean. The volunteers who staff the museum are very, very friendly and helpful. Many of them shared stories about the planes and about their experiences. We've visited the museum several times over the years but joined as friends of the museum this visit because we felt we wanted to support the effort made to preserve not only aircraft but history. It is amazing to see all of these aircraft restored and available for the public.
4.5 based on 543 reviews
This isn’t your average outing or everyday experience—Breakout is for those who would rather solve mysteries than watch someone else have all the fun. With different rooms that follow unique story-lines, you and your friends will have 60 minutes to escape your adventure of choice by cracking codes, solving puzzles and following clues. Part problem solving, part adrenaline, end-to-end fun!
An enjoyable time as you try to find clues that open the way to find more clues. Excitement increases as your time winds down. We went in October and then again in November and did different venues. Enjoyed both, never solved the final clues to...MoreThank you for your descriptive review. We are glad you enjoyed your time at Breakout. Solving the clues can be difficult, but it is definitely fun too! You'll have to come back again to see if you can break out of your next challenge!
5 based on 730 reviews
Going in the middle of the week was a good choice. I got a personal walk around inside the transportation museum and the Wright museum. Both of these are well worth the visit, not to mention everything else on the grounds. There are some historical artifacts that you cannot see anywhere else as they literally don't exist. The grounds are lovely and I would love to come back when the weather is nice. The staff is excellent as well. I haven't been to a museum where the docents were that helpful in a long time. As an added bonus a young bald eagle pair has just established a nest above the Wright museum and you can see them flying around or sitting in the trees. Very neat experience.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
The sheer size of this mound is impressive. The history is fascinating and if you are into Native history or culture, this is a must see. Over 100 (some loose) steps to the top. Kinda overgrown at the moment but an important piece of history. Allow at least 30 minutes.
5 based on 22 reviews
Saw Jaws for my first trip to the Plaza Theater. Movie prices $5 for everyone. Reasonable concession prices. In a great location in downtown Miamisburg. Close to many restaurants and activities. They show new releases as well as brining back old classics.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
The Lucky Star Brewery is a most enjoyable establishment. Went there with a couple of very good friends to socialize and have some food and beer/ales.
Was very impressed with the beer selections; quite eclectic. I recommend the sliders when they have them... mighty tasty!
Big plus for the service. Even had evening live music entertainment.
The atmosphere is casual and reminiscent of a Mexican cantina.
5 based on 11 reviews
Welcome to Wright Party Bus, the ultimate in party limo buses in Dayton and Cincinnati! We feature a top-of-the-line coach, and a truly safe, fun, and extremely affordable experience.
I wanted to give a special shout out to our amazing bus driving Bob. He was great and tolerated the craziness that ensued on our boss’s going away party. The bus was top notch and I would recommend your company to anyone who asks. Thanks for making our event extra special.
4.5 based on 196 reviews
This is the location of the Wright brothers Wright Cycle Company building plus other related historical aviation sites.
On a Sunday morning in October, we visited the Wright Cycle Company and Visitor Center (minus the Cycle Company - it was not open). The visitor center was very nice. We enjoyed learning about the history of Wilbur and Orville Wright - Kitty Hawk - and flight. When looking at the NPS website, I didn't quite understand the layout of all of the places to visit - but based upon the brochure they had...there are 7:
1 Wright Cycle Company and Visitor Center
2 Paul Laurence Dunbar House State Memorial
3 Wright Company Factory
4 Wright Brothers Aviation Center
5 Hawthorne Hill
6. Huffman Prairie Flying Field
7. Huffman Prairie Interpretive Center.
We visited 1, 6, and 7 (1 and 7 being the visitor center). The Huffman Prairie Flying field was more of a visitor center of the later years...where the Wright Cycle Company Visitor center was about the earlier years. We enjoyed both visitor centers - rangers at both were informative and helpful.
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