After several difficult years due to Covid-19, economic uncertainty and employee shortages, Liberty Aviation Museum will say thank you to neighbors, friends and the community that have supported them during this time by hosting an Open House on Saturday, Dec. 17 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 18 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
During these hours, entrance to the Museum will be free of charge.
In addition, its outstanding Gift Shop (known as the PX) will have most all store items on sale for up to 20 percent off. In the store located just inside the museum’s front entrance, you can find toys and books from bygone times or check out the newer toys and page through brand new releases.
It is hard to walk through their jam-packed shop and not see something you can’t live without or can’t resist buying as a gift for someone special. Nostalgia is abundant!
Liberty Aviation Museum is a 501c3 non-profit organization and as such receives no government funding. The museum relies on the generous gifts and donations from visitors and donors, museum admissions and from proceeds from its sister companies the Tin Goose, the PX and the soon to be open vintage soda-fountain Cosmic Rayz Atomic Emporium located in downtown Port Clinton.
Liberty Aviation Museum was founded in 2012 and has grown to become one of the finest museums of its type anywhere. Its campus of hangars and galleries spans over 8 acres filled with beautifully maintained, restored, rebuilt, and displayed aircraft, automobiles and world war munitions and armaments. Visitors could spend days at the museum and not see everything in the collection.
For more information, please email, text or call James R. Priebe, the Marketing, Communications & Education Coordinator for Liberty Aviation Museum at 440-781-9618 or email@example.com.