Robert and Mary Walker will inspire you with their Peace Heroes and why they have chosen to field a team and walk in the 2015 Peace Heroes Walk on May 2nd.  (click on video above).

Welcome to the Dayton International Peace Museum!

The Dayton International Peace Museum is a non-profit, primarily volunteer organization and one of the few U.S. community-based institutions with a sole focus on peace.

The mission of the Museum is to inspire a local, national and international culture of peace. Founded in 2004, the Museum helps people of all ages learn nonviolent ways to achieve peace. Located in downtown Dayton, the Museum honors the 1995 Dayton Peace Accords that helped end violence in Bosnia.

The ultimate weakness of violence is that it is a descending spiral, begetting the very thing it seeks to destroy. Instead of diminishing evil, it multiplies it.”
— Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Dayton International Peace Museum would like to encourage you to help us thank our sponsors of the "A Taste of the Peace Corps" event by offering your patronage to the following local restaurants (click on name to see website):

Arepas & Co

Amar Indian Restaurant

Amber Rose Restaurant 

BanThai Express 1 (link not available)

Carmen's Deli & Bistro  

China Cottage 

El Meson Restaurant 

Evan's Bakery  

Pasha Grill  

Salar Restaurant & Lounge        

Spice Paradise                               

Taqueria Mixteca                  

A group of teens from Dayton Circle gather in the Peace Museum's Peace Station to learn about the locations of countries that have trade relations with the United States as part of a presentation by Junior Achievement.

Professor Mo Khani, Sinclair Community College, makes a presentation to a packed Peace Station on nonviolent solutions for dealing with the relations between the United States and Iran.  Mo teaches in the Geography Department at Sinclair Community College.

Peace Museum volunteers Greg Humphrey and Patsy Ferrell helped install the Quilting the Golden Rule exhibit in the atrium of Dayton Power & Light's corporate headquarters on March 2.  The exhibit will be on display for the month of March.

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Jerry Leggett, Executive Director of the Dayton International Peace Museum, gives Laura Chambers (center), Peace Corps Chief of Staff, a tour of the Museum.  See Patsy Ferrell's photo highlights!

Peace Corps Chief of Staff Laura Chambers (third from left) joined former Peace Corps volunteer Gov. Bob Taft (second from left) and other guests for the Peace Corps Recruitment Event at the Dayton International Peace Museum on February 28.


Ambassador Tony Hall tours the Dayton International Peace Museum in January and talks with Executive Director Jerry Leggett about his upcoming visit with the Dalai Lama.