4021 Borman Drive • Batavia OH 45103 • (513) 735-4500 • map
Education & Outreach
The Tri-State Warbird Museum is an historic aviation museum dedicated to preserving, restoring and operating World War II military aircraft ("warbirds") and to contribute to the education and awareness of the important role the American people and warbirds played in World War II.
The purpose of the Museum is to provide a unique up close and personal opportunity to learn about aviation history as well as to appreciate the commitment and sacrifice of the American people during World War II.
We would like to invite you and your students to participate in our Education program. To bring your junior or senior high school students for an American History field trip contact us through the Book an Event page of this website or call us at 513-735-4500. As a school field trip there will be no admission charge and we will reimburse your transportation costs.
Outreach Program Takes Off
The Tri-State Warbird Museum Outreach Program brings the Museum to various events and locations in order to bring awareness of our Museum to the community. We are sadly losing over one thousand World War II Veterans every day. Many veterans are confined to retirement communities, health centers and veteran homes and are unable to visit the Tri-State Warbird Museum. Volunteers Jim Lucas and John Moon have put together a program of slides and videos of the museum, the aircraft and the various displays in order to bring the museum to these worthy veterans so that they can see what the museum has done to honor them. They invite the veterans to talk about their experiences during World War II and all veterans are thanked for their service. Jim and John consider it a rare priviledge to be able to take on this project and hope to continue reaching out to what they feel are the most patriotic, honorable and bravest generation in the history of the United States. Contact the Museum to get in touch with Jim or John to schedule the Tri-State Warbird Museum Outreach Program.