Aviation Heritage Park Inc. is a qualified non-profit corporation under Internal Revenue Service Section 501(c)(3), some or all of your contribution may be tax deductible under this code. Please visit our Guidestar Profile for more information about our status.
AHP is located on land administered by the Warren County Parks and Recreation Department with the oversight of the Warren County Fiscal Court.
Four Aviation Heritage Park aircraft are on loan from the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. One display and one in-process artifact are on loan from the Museum of Naval Aviation at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. Two artifacts are owned by AHP, one outright and one through the auspices of the Warren County Fiscal Court.
Aviation Heritage Park has a variety of ways the public can financially assist in our efforts. The park operates on donations. Currently we have launched a Capital Campaign to build a museum. Capital Campaign donations are matched by a local, anonymous donor. Donations are also gratefully accepted for the restoration process.
Capital Campaign Donation - Matched
Aviation Heritage Park’s dreams of a museum in the park came much closer to reality in October when ground was broken, signaling the start of Take Off 2020, a $2.5 million capital campaign to build an 11,000 sq. ft. building to house AHP’s collections of aviation artifacts.
An anonymous donor has pledged $500,000 in matching donations to the museum building fund. With contributions from the Bowling Green Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and help from Warren County Fiscal Court, AHP has raised nearly $400,000 toward the project.
Other Donation - Not Matched
Do you have a special interest at Aviation Heritage Park? If you would like to make a donation for one of our special projects choose “other” on the donation form. Then fill in your special interest. An example is the restoration of the helicopter honoring Mac Reynolds.