Aullwood Audubon Center & Farm

Dayton, OH Gallery or Museum
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Total Meeting Space707 sq. m
Standing Capacity
Seating Capacity200
Built
Renovated
1000 Aullwood Road
Dayton, OH 45414
Outside Caterers Allowed
1000 Aullwood Road
Dayton, OH 45414

Amenities

Facilities

  • Space (Private)

Alcohol and Catering

  • Alcohol Allowed
  • Outside Caterers Allowed

Meeting Space

Total Meeting Space707 sq. m
Meeting Rooms12
Largest Room171 sq. m
Second Largest Room167 sq. m
Seating Capacity200
Space (Private)Available

Nearby

Distance from Airport

  • 5.47 km from Venue

Parking

  • Paid Parking

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Additional Information

Aullwood was created in 1957 as a place for children to learn about natural history. Mrs. John Aull, acquainted with the work of the National Audubon Society, donated 70 acres of land to Audubon for use in education. Aullwood was one of the first nature centers in the Midwest. In 1962, a neighboring farm became Aullwood Children's Farm. The two facilities were joined in the late 1970s. Today, five miles of trails wind through 350 acres of prairie, meadow, mature woods, wetlands and organic farm fields. Aullwood welcomes over 80,000 visitors each year. Guided programs, special events, visits by the general public and adult workshops all provide opportunities to fulfill Aullwood's mission of providing appreciation, understanding, and stewardship for the Earth. Aullwood is part of the National Audubon Society, and is one of thirteen Audubon Centers the Society operates. In addition, there are over eighty sanctuaries which protect special habitats and rare species. Audubon has more than half a million members who are also members of over 500 local chapters. The mission of the National Audubon Society has been the same since its inception at the beginning of this century, to protect and preserve the environment. Audubon's first big fight was to save plume birds from the hat and fashion industry. Today Audubon continues to work for the protection of birds, other wildlife and the habitats that support them.

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