Corvettes to invade Liberty Aviation Museum

Jun 7, 2023 | Entertainment | 0 comments

More than 150 stylish Corvettes will roar into the Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton on Saturday, June 10, a free event for Corvette fans from all over.

Liberty Aviation Museum in Port Clinton will host to one of the  largest Corvette shows in the Northeast Ohio Region on Saturday, June 10 from 9 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.

More than150 of the popular, always stylish Corvettes from the last 70 years are expected to be on display during the open-to-the-public show. There is no cost to attend, but fans will be encouraged to view the cars on display and will have a chance to vote for their favorites in several categories.

While at the show, you’ll find food and beverages available as well as Corvette novelties, wearables and collectibles.

The Corvette show is open to all Corvettes, since owners do not need to be a Corvette club member to participate. A portion of the proceeds benefit Liberty Aviation Museum.

The first Chevrolet Corvette rolled off the assembly line in 1953 and continued updates in engineering and styling have made the Corvette the most recognized sportscar brand in the world. The current 2023 model is the eighth version of the nameplate and the first with the engine mounted behind the passenger cockpit.

For more information about the Corvette show, see

Liberty Aviation Museum is located at 3515 East State Rd. in Port Clinton, minutes from the Route 2 freeway.   Since its founding in 2011, Liberty Aviation Museum has blossomed into one of the finest museums of its kind in the United States.

For more information about the Museum, contact James Priebe at 440-781-9618 or at

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