New hours!

I love the Dayton Intl Peace Museum

The Peace Museum is open Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays!  10 AM to 5 PM or by Appointment. We hope this allows you to stop & check out what’s new, while you may already be downtown for your weekend at the Second Street Market, shopping and eating in the Oregon District, seeing a show at the Victoria […]

Help Us Celebrate 15 Years!

On May 27, 2004, the Dayton International Peace Museum was born from the vision of a small group of people who felt peace was incredibly overlooked in our country. To honor the many peace communities in Dayton’s long history—many religious, but others not—the idea of creating what would only be the second peace museum in [...]

Cities of Peace Turns Ten!

logo of the International Cities of Peace

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of International Cities of Peace The Dayton Council on World Affairs (DCOWA) hosted J. Frederick Arment, the founding director of International Cities of Peace, recently at an event at the Museum. ICP is a Dayton-based nonprofit organization with Special Consultative Status with ECOSOC, the United Nations Committee for NGOs. Arment is […]

Support the Museum through Amazon & Kroger

logos for Amazon Smile and Kroger Community Rewards
Did you know you can support the Dayton International Peace Museum just by shopping at Kroger and at using smile.Amazon.com? Kroger: It's easy when you enroll in Kroger Community Rewards®! To get started, sign up with your Plus Card below, and select the Museum. Add the museum to your Kroger Card: Our number is #GL207 [...]

EPICENTER: Dayton’s Opioid Crisis

ABOUT THE FILM It’s no secret that the heroin epidemic is a nationwide problem, but it seems to have impacted Ohio, especially Dayton, disproportionately. Media Production students at the University of Dayton are creating a documentary that educates and enlightens people as to the reality of living in the epicenter.

Sworn-Again America

Sworn-Again America is a project to revitalize citizenship. Let’s reconsider what it means to be an American. Reimagine what we can do to make an unum out of the pluribus, and then, in ceremonies at dinner tables, block parties, or town square, with five or five thousand, take the oath to become a Sworn-Again American! […]