After returning from a citizen observation visit to Iraq in the summer of 2003, long-time peace activist and citizen diplomat Christine Dull imagined “a museum dedicated to transforming our culture of violence into a culture of peace.” Fortunately for the Dayton community, Dull’s vision became a reality in October of 2005, with the opening of the Dayton International Peace Museum. Located in a Victorian mansion near the downtown Dayton riverfront, the museum is a non-partisan cultural and educational facility that promotes peace and non-violent solutions to conflict. Since its founding, the museum has successfully presented exhibits, events, activities, and educational initiatives that bring peace into the public consciousness. Daytonians have become accustomed to seeing the museum’s colorful converted RV (renamed the PeaceMobile) at community festivals and events.