Welcome to America’s only brick-and-mortar peace museum!
People cannot be expected to end disputes peacefully if they have never learned nonviolent alternatives. Yet, few places exist for the sole purpose of teaching people—especially children—nonviolent approaches to conflict resolution. Our peace museum fills this void.
The Museum is free to members but we suggest a donation of $8 per person for non-members. No one will ever be turned away by their inability to make a donation.Book a tour!
208 W. Monument Ave, Dayton
Fri – Sun
10AM to 5PM
- Open to the public
Mon – Thu
- Book a tour & we'll be there!
It isn’t enough to talk about peace. One must believe in it. And it isn’t enough to believe in it. One must work at it. —Eleanor Roosevelt
Dr. Katherine Rowell, Ph.D
Professor of Sociology, Sinclair Community College
Dr. Mary Ramey, Psy.D
Director of Engineering, NCR (Ret.)
Dr. Tanya Maus, Ph.D
Director of the Wilmington College Peace Resource Center
Dr. Eeman Dajani
Adjunct Philosophy Professor, Wright State University
Conflict Intervention Specialist, Dayton Mediation Center
High School Student and co-founder of TIPS Teen Peace program
Banker, PNC Bank
Manager, Mentoring Collaborative of Montgomery County