Yet again I ventured out into the community, this time visiting Carrolin Park Christmas Light Display by the University of Dayton. Let me tell you this park does not disappoint. While there is an admission cost of anywhere from $5 to $10 per person the park itself is beautiful and worth every penny. The main building has a very large collection of original cash registers which was founded in Dayton, a working carousel, and so much more.Inside the park is a working bakery featuring cookies using an original recipe from the early 1900s, chestnuts roasted over an open fire, and hot cider. There is also an old gas station, schoolhouse, and shaker home. You will also want to visit the working print shop which has print presses that produce greeting cards and other products that are available for purchase. At the end of the park is an awesome train building which features many train cars that you can walk through and get a feel for how travel used to be.Then there is the Wright Hall which itself is worth the price of admission. Inside is an 80% original 1905 Wright Flyer III which was donated to the park by the Wright Brothers themselves. This plane is a sight to see, and to know the Wright brother flew it makes it that much more an amazing piece of history.Top off the fact that Carrolin Park is covered in Christmas lights, children have the chance to write a letter to Santa, and then either mail it off to the North Pole or deliver it in person. Put everything together and this is a must visit location for everyone.