The homes in Dayton Lane Historic District were built between the mid 1800s through about 1920. The architecture and styling vary as much as the number of years or decades. With over 200 structures, you will not find any two homes that are identical. Even homes that were built at the same
time, by the same owners are different in detail and character. The architectural styles and types are numerous: Arts and Crafts, Colonial, Colonial Revival, Eclectic, English, French, Gothic, Greek, Italian, Italianate, Mansard, Second Empire, Queen Anne, Victorian, and many free style.
History comes alive when Dayton Lane Historic District of Hamilton, Ohio hosts our Bi-Annual Historic Home Promenade Sunday, May 18th 2014 1:00pm - 5:00pm.
With your ticket enjoy: *Tours of over 10 Homes
*Music from the Ft. Hamilton Jazz Band
*Big Wheel Bicycle Performances & Exhibit
*Horse drawn trolley rides
*NEW!!! Visit appropriate period demonstrations, vendors, & exhibits in Campbell Avenue Park!
Hurry and buy your tickets at presale price at "Vision Source Hamilton" 712 Dayton Street or online below. Presale price is 15 and 20 the day of the event. You can pick up your tickets at will-call on the day of promenade at the Wolfe Gazebo (900 Block of Campbell Ave.)
NOTE: No automobile traffic or parking is allowed in the district during the tour. Parking is available in the city lot off of Martin Luther King Jr. St. (127) between Butler St. and Dayton St. You can walk East down Butler St. which turns into Campbell Ave to get to our ticket booth location.
*Historic Dayton Lane is located just north of High Street in Hamilton, OH., between State Route 4 and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., and bordered by High Street and Buckeye Street.
The purchasing of Presale tickets has ended. If you would still like to purchase a ticket please come to the Wolfe Gazebo in Campbell Ave. Park between 9th and 10th street today between 1-4pm. Thanks!