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  • Open 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Saturday
  • Closed during major holidays
  • We are now opening up the museum and hangar for events and parties. It is a great place to host a party for someone who is an aviation enthusiast, pilot, or in the military. You can inquire about renting out the space by contacting us via Facebook, calling, or stopping in the hangar. 724-843-2820. 

 

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Air Heritage Aviation Museum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is run by unpaid volunteers who have a passion for aviation and a dedication to preserve its history. We are 100% dependent on donations and fundraisers to keep our museum doors open “free to the public” and to keep our Warbirds flying for generations to come! Please consider donating today. You can stop by the museum to donate, send a donation in the mail, or you can send a donation via Venmo or PayPal. Every little bit helps, and we truly appreciate it!!! Thank you!

BECOME A MEMBER

We are always looking for new members. Memberships are the lifeblood of our museum, and the income we generate from membership dues help support the upkeep of our Warbirds and the museum. We are a non-profit organization and are run 100% by unpaid volunteers. All of the money we raise is used to keep our planes flying and museum doors open. Please join today!

 

 

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What happened to the B-25 Mitchell “Ghost” Bomber that crashed into the murky depths of the Monongahela River near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1956? What are the rumors, legends, stories, and conspiracy theories surrounding the spooky disappearance of an airplane that never arrived at its destination at Olmstead Air Force Base in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. How could an airplane the size of a B-25 Bomber (67’ wingspan/51’ long/16’ in height) disappear in 32 ft. of water? If you are intrigued by the unsolved mystery of the “Ghost Bomber of Pittsburgh,” join us at the Air Heritage Aviation Museum when we host Bob Shema, Operations Director of the B-25 Recovery Project for a gripping presentation with a keynote address from Leslie Przybylek, Senior Curator at the Heinz History Center. Air Heritage Aviation Museum invites you to spend Saturday, October 12, 2024, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. immersing yourself in the intriguing history of aviation which includes a special “Ghostly” presentation given by Bob Shema at 1:00 p.m. If you have your own account or one that has been passed down in your family about the unsolved mystery of the “Ghost Bomber,” please share your story with us. The all-day event is open to the public and admission is free. We will be selling our famous “Thunder Dog” Hotdogs and other refreshments. Our Warbirds will be open for tours! Door prizes abound and a Warbird Fundraiser Raffle will take place with the winner to be announced live from the hangar! All proceeds from our fundraiser are dedicated to the preservation of our historical aircraft! ... See MoreSee Less

What happened to the B-25 Mitchell “Ghost” Bomber that crashed into the murky depths of the Monongahela River near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1956? What are the rumors, legends, stories, and conspiracy theories surrounding the spooky disappearance of an airplane that never arrived at its destination at Olmstead Air Force Base in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. How could an airplane the size of a B-25 Bomber (67’ wingspan/51’ long/16’ in height) disappear in 32 ft. of water? If you are intrigued by the unsolved mystery of the “Ghost Bomber of Pittsburgh,” join us at the Air Heritage Aviation Museum when we host Bob Shema, Operations Director of the B-25 Recovery Project for a gripping presentation with a keynote address from Leslie Przybylek, Senior Curator at the Heinz History Center. Air Heritage Aviation Museum invites you to spend Saturday, October 12, 2024, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. immersing yourself in the intriguing history of aviation which includes a special “Ghostly” presentation given by Bob Shema at 1:00 p.m. If you have your own account or one that has been passed down in your family about the unsolved mystery of the “Ghost Bomber,” please share your story with us. The all-day event is open to the public and admission is free. We will be selling our famous “Thunder Dog” Hotdogs and other refreshments. Our Warbirds will be open for tours! Door prizes abound and a Warbird Fundraiser Raffle will take place with the winner to be announced live from the hangar! All proceeds from our fundraiser are dedicated to the preservation of our historical aircraft!

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Can you create an “Event” ? That way we can save this date to our calendars 📆 and not forget about it ✈️✈️

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Here's a view of the FAIRCHILD 123-K PROVIDER "THUNDER PIG" that you don't see every day. Thanks to crew member Cody Hunt for snapping this photo from our PIPER L-21B SUPER CUB "ITALIAN" SENECA. ... See MoreSee Less

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I watched it take off

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