The Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park is a multi-site partnership committed to commemorating the legacy of the Wright Brothers. The Wright Cycle Company complex, located on 16 South Williams Street, includes the Wright Cycle Company building, the Wright Dunbar Interpretive Center, and the Aviation Trail Visitor Center and Museum. The site features a restored Wright brothers’ print shop and ranger-guided tours of the restored Wright Cycle Company building. For a more interactive experience, fun-filled, curriculum-based educational programs are offered to children year around, both at the park and in their schools. Another aspect of the National Park is the Huffman Prairie Flying Field Interpretive Center, located at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. This facility offers exhibits focusing on the Wright Brother’s development of the first practical airplane, their flying school, and the accomplishments of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.