The Peace Museum will be celebrating the International Day of Peace by gathering in front of the new Museum location on downtown Dayton’s Courthouse Square.
Magazine explores the mystery of why there are so few museums of peace in the United States.
Former board member, Charlotte Paugh (1922-2021) chats with museum coordinator, Arielle Dzaferagic in 2019 about the Museum’s large collection of quilts created by Janet Bear McTavish after the September 11, […]
The Color of Law by Richard Rothstein Chapters 1-6 on September 4 at 11 am The rest of the book on October 2, at 11 am Free Event. Books available […]
Click on the button below to read up on the latest news on the move from Monument Ave to the new building on Courthouse Square plus programs at the Museum […]
Since the very beginning of the Peace Museum, Charlotte Paugh was a leader and supporter of our organization. She served for years as an active board member, a regular volunteer […]
This month’s Building Peace program is with Dion Green. Dion’s account of August 4, 2019 was one of the featured stories in the Peace Museum’s book, Facing Gun Violence
In 2006, Lee Jeongcheol made a life changing decision to reach freedom in South Korea. 15 years later, he is speaking about his journey and his commitment to peace and […]
Check out a brief video showing the conceptual work being created for the peace museum.
Dayton International Peace Museum Wins 2021 AASLH Award of Excellence NASHVILLE, TN—June 2021—The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH) proudly announces that the Dayton International Peace Museum is […]