Middletown is a city located in the south western part of Ohio, which according to the US Census Report 2013 is the home to 48,630 people. The James M Cox Dayton International Airport is 61 kilometres away from central Middletown.
Start Skydiving is one of the top five largest and fastest growing sky diving centres in the world. Professional services are offered by the JUMP Institute, which maintains over 60 professional personnel who are all dedicated to provide you with the safest and best diving training in the world. They maintain the largest and fastest aircraft and state of the art equipment.
The Midfest International festival features a different country each year. The Ohio Challenge is a hot air balloon festival, whilst Light up Middletown is a lighted drive way which takes you to your fantasy land.
Nearby attractions such as Armbuster Nature Preserve is a wooded hinterland land where you can enjoy secluded walks. Bull's Run Nature Sanctuary and Arboretum is treasure trove for nature lovers that also provides environmental education. Tourists also love to visit the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens which preserve gorillas in their natural habitats. The zoo also has five rhinos.
The Art Committee of the Federation of Women's Clubs of Middletown founded the Middletown Arts Center in 1957 which mainly features watercolour paintings. The Middletown Arts Festival comes to life in September full of spectacular art from around the region. The one day event features both visual and performing arts across several locations in downtown Middletown.
The Middletown Symphony Orchestra came to life when Frank Simon organized the first civic symphony in Middletown in 1921.