4021 Borman Drive • Batavia OH 45103 • (513) 735-4500 • map

 

History

The Tri-State Warbird Museum was formed in 2003 with a commitment to preserve the aircraft of World War II, educate our visitors on America's role in WWII, and to honor the veterans who fought and those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Originally constructed as a 12,000 sq/ft hangar and 5,000 sq/ft museum display space at the Clermont County Airport, the Tri-State Warbird Museum was completed and opened to the public in 2004. Our Grand Opening First Annual Taking Flight Fundraising Gala was held in May 2005. Since that time over 1.5 Million people have toured the facility and/or seen our restored aircraft gracing the skies at airshows around the country.

In 2011 through a generous donation we were able to build an additional 12,000 sq/ft hangar and storage/shop space. This was a huge plus as we now have a "Bomber Hangar" with space to display the aircraft and provide a wonderful educational tour.

Continuing to grow, the Tri-State Warbird Museum aircraft collection now consists of nine significant WWII aircraft with additional acquisitions planned for the future. We are excited to play a significant role in the education of American history to our local young generation.