Fort Ancient


Fort Ancient

6123 St. Rt. 350
Oregonia, Ohio 45054
513.932.4421 or
Fax 513.932.4843



10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday: Noon–5 p.m.
Closed on Mondays




Adult: $7 
Seniors (60+): $6
Students (6–16): $6
Child (5 & under): Free

Ohio History Connection member*: Free

Outdoor Admission Only 


*Members must present their membership card at the registration desk.


Managed by the Ohio History Connection

 Ohio History Connection Logo CMYK Standard

Privacy Policy

The Dayton Society of Natural History (DSNH) respects your privacy, and we would like you to understand how we collect, use and safeguard any personal information you provide to us on our web sites,, and  and through information provided with donations, memberships, and registrations. We will post any changes to this policy here.

What specific personal information does The Dayton Society of Natural History collect from users?

The Dayton Society of Natural History does not collect any specific personal information about you - such as your name, address or e-mail address - unless you knowingly provide it to us. For example, we may ask you for personally identifying information if you attempt to contact us through our web site or if you participate in any of our online or broadcast activities. Generally, this information could include name, e-mail address, and a postal address. For teachers, we collect additional information on their school and the classes they teach.

What are cookies and how do we use them?

Some of the pages on our web site utilize "cookies" so that we can better serve you when you next return to our web site. Cookies are identifiers that a web site places on your computer's hard drive in order to facilitate the interaction between your computer and the web site. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually change your browser to prevent that. The information we collect and analyze is used to improve our service to you and is not related to any personally identifiable data. For example, the IP address of your computer (an IP address is a number assigned to your computer by your internet service provider) is included in the cookie. We can then check whether that computer has been used to visit our site before. We never compare the IP addresses to individual users, but only use the aggregated results (e.g., the number of unique visitors to the site). However, if it were necessary, such information could potentially be used to identify a user in order to comply with safety and/or security issues or with legal requirements.

What does the The Dayton Society of Natural History do with this information?

The Dayton Society of Natural History does not and will not sell, exchange, or release your personal information (name, e-mail address, mailing address, etc.) regardless of its source, to any third parties without your permission. However, Cox Ohio Publishing and its service providers are intended third party beneficiaries

Information about the The Dayton Society of Natural History’s members may be selectively exchanged or given to other nonprofit organizations, but only if such organizations agree not to sell or otherwise permit the use of that information for any purposes other than direct contacts by that nonprofit organization. Any other information we would disclose to our partners in the educational or nonprofit world, or to any advertisers, would only be in the form of grouped statistics compiled from registration data, participants’ answers to survey questions, or contributions to online activities, webcasts, or broadcasts, or as otherwise required by law. None of the data so provided would include any personally identifiable information, unless required by law.

By participating in our on-line activities and by otherwise submitting information to us, you agree to the indicated uses and disclosures of that information. You may “opt out” by contacting us via e-mail or regular mail and request that your personal information not be disclosed as noted above.

What about other sites linked to from The Dayton Society of Natural History web site?

The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery web site contains links to other web sites. The Boonshoft Museum of Discovery is not responsible for the content or practices of such other web sites other than that of, and

Online Security

The Dayton Society of Natural History makes every effort to ensure that all of the transactions that occur on its Web site are secure. All credit card numbers submitted to the site are encrypted using "Secure Socket Layer" (SSL) encryption, which is the industry standard for information security and is used by more than 100,000 Web sites in more than fifty countries. We will retain your order information for our records, but this information is never shared with third parties.

warren county