Dayton, Washington is located between the Snake River and the Blue Mountains. The historic town has 117 buildings on the National Historic Register including the 1887 Columbia County Courthouse. Along with its history, Dayton offers shopping, and restaurants. Dayton is a great place for outdoor enthusiasts to set out from for hiking, fishing, hunting, camping, boating, skiing, and snowmobiling. More information about Dayton.
The Liberty Theater
344 East Main Street, Dayton
The Liberty Theater was originally opened as the Dreamland Theater in 1910. The original building burned down in 1919, and the theater was rebuilt and reopened in 1921. The theater today shows family, classic, and foreign films, as well as children’s theater productions. The theater also hosts special events.
127 E Main St, Dayton
Playatorium provides an affordable and safe place for kids to hang out and have fun. Playatorium has arcade games, board games, foosball, billiards, air hockey, and more. Playatorium also offers tutoring. The facility is available to rent for private parties and events.
235 E. Main Street, Dayton
The Weinhard Hotel is an elegant 1890s Victorian building with 15 guestrooms furnished with antiques. The Weinhard can accommodate intimate weddings, reunions, retreats and other events. Gatherings can be held in the lobby or in the rooftop garden.
Take Home Gifts
Once you decide on a venue for your event, there are lots of other decisions that you will need to make. Here is a suggestion: instead of the usual goody bags, why not send guests home with something that will really provide them with a memory of your event? Photos from one of our photo booths and the always fun flip-books make great take-home souvenirs.
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