Troy Day Trip

Enjoy this tour with your grandchild, your entire family or a group of friends. This stop-and-walk tour is perfect for you to park you car in Troy and discover all these fantastic destinations on foot.
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Day Trip


Troy-Hayner is a cultural arts center which is housed in a beautifully restored 1914 mansion. The Hayner family donated the mansion to the community of Troy to be used for cultural programming, art exhibits, art and dance classes and workshops. Discover the beautiful mansion and enjoy the current art exhibits that run year-round.


The Miami Valley Veterans Museum is a museum dedicated to honoring, preserving and perpetuating the memory and dignity of the men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, Coast Guard and Wartime Merchant Marine. By supporting the community through museum activities. educational programs, oral histories and community programs, they intend to keep alive the contributions and experiences of those who served. A piece of The World Trade Center is permanently displayed here.

Open Wednesday & Saturday 9am-1pm or by appointment. Contact 937-332-8852



For lunch treat yourself to a delicious meal at one of the local restaurants in quaint Downtown Troy. With restaurants located all around The Square, there’s something for everyone’s taste buds.

Visit our dining page for more information.


The Overfield Tavern was built as a tavern and residence by Benjamin Overfield between 1803-1808. This federal period, log constructed building houses period room settings that are a must for the scholar and enthusiast of early American culture as it existed on the frontier west of the Allegheny. The museum annex displays accouterments, manuscripts and rare medical books brought to Ohio in 1812.

The tour lasts 45 minutes. Contact Chris Manning at 937-335-4019 or 937-591-2799.



The Museum of Troy History is the restored pre-Civil War home of John Kitchen that houses a rich history of Troy, Ohio. Rotating displays and room restorations depict lifestyle themes in Troy and Miami County between 1850-1950.

The tour lasts about 45 minutes. Contact Doug Trembley at 937-339-5515 or 937-524-6948 or via email at museumoftroyhistory124@gmail.com.



Enjoy Downtown Troy by visiting the many unique shops located about two blocks in any direction from the town square and beautiful fountain. You can visit Bakehouse Bread, Winans Chocolates + Coffees, Expressions of the Home, The Olive Oasis, ARKhouse and more. There is something for everyone.

Visit our shopping page for a comprehensive list of shops.


Finish the evening with a delicious meal. Some favorites are The Caroline, Basil’s on Market and Moeller Brew Barn.

Visit our dining page for more information.

Be sure to check out our Calendar of Events on our website to see what is going on around the area the day of your visit. Live music, game nights, concerts, festivals and more await you in Miami County.