Museums of North America


Air Force Flight Test Center Museum

Edwards Air Force Base 405 S. Rosamond Boulevard Palmdale, CA 93524 ph.: (661) 277-8050 (

The birthplace of supersonic flight, where Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in 1947, Edwards Air Force Base hosts a museum devoted to flight testing and flight research. A variety of aircraft are stationed both outdoors and indoors. Museum exhibits address the formation of the ancient lakebeds, early homesteading, the first military uses of Edwards, World War II flight testing, highspeed flight, and aircraft hardware, rocket engines, and models.

Air Mobility Command Museum

1301 Heritage Road

Dover Air Force Base, DE 19902

ph.: (302) 677-5938


The museum preserves military airlift and tanker aircraft and displays memorabilia highlighting the lives of the men and women who flew and supported them.

The Air Museum “Planes of Fame”

7000 Merrill Avenue Chino, CA 91710 ph.: (909) 597-3722


The museum displays aircraft spanning the history of flight, from a replica of Octave Chanute’s 1896 hang glider through modern spaceflight.

Air Victory Museum

South Jersey Regional Airport 68 Stacy Haines Road Medford, NJ 08055

ph.: (609) 267-4488


The museum features a number of aircraft, most on conditional loan from the National Museum of Naval Aviation in Pensacola, Florida, including the A-4, A-7, E-2, F-4, F-14, F-86, F-104, P-51, and the RH-53.

Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum

421 Aircraft Drive Anchorage, AK 99502

ph.: (907) 248-5325


Located on the south shore of the Lake Hood Seaplane Base, the museum features an exhibition of twenty-one historic Alaskan bush planes, galleries devoted to pioneer and military flight, films, and a gift shop.

American Airpower Heritage Museum

Confederate Air Force Headquarters Midland International Airport 9600 Wright Drive Midland, TX 79711 ph.: (915) 567-3009 (

Extensive collection of World War II-era military aircraft, many in flying condition.

American Helicopter Museum

Brandywine Airport 1220 American Boulevard

West Chester, PA 19380

ph.: (610) 436-9600. (

An extensive collection of rotorcraft, by manufacturers such as Bell, Boeing, Hughes, Piasecki, and Sikorsky, among others. The museum features the only V-22 Osprey open to public display in the world.

Ames Visitor Center

Moffett Field

Mountain View, CA 94035 ph.: (650) 604-6274

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A public exhibit hall featuring displays on NASA’s historic accomplishments and ongoing research. Exhibits include wind tunnel models, a Mercury spacecraft, a Moon rock, space suits, and several research aircraft. Ongoing research programs are highlighted with models and interactive computer software.

Aviation Museum of Kentucky

Blue Grass Airport Hangar Drive Lexington, KY 40544 ph.: (859) 231-1219 (

The museum, on 12,000 square feet of display area, also encompasses a fully equipped shop foraviationresto-ration projects.

Lawrence D. Bell Aircraft Museum

P.O. Box 411 Mentone, IN 46539 ph.: (219) 353-7684 (

A museum dedicated to the history and development of Bell aircraft, includes exhibits and aUH-1 Huey helicopter that served in the Vietnam War.

Berlin Airlift Historical Foundation

P.O. Box 782

Farmingdale, NJ 07727 ph.: (732) 818-0034


This flying museum, inside a restored Douglas C-54 “Spirit of Freedom” cargo aircraft, travels to air shows around the country, with exhibits about the Berlin Airlift of


Blackbird Airpark Edwards Air Force Base Palmdale, CA 93524

ph.: (805) 277-8050

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Dedicated in September 1991, the Blackbird Airpark is located on approximately three acres of the Air Force Flight Test Center. It is the world’s only display of a Lockheed SR-71A together with its Blackbird predecessor, the A-12, and the once ultra-secret D-21 drone.

Castle Air Museum

Adjacent to Atwater Airport, formerly Castle Air Force Base

Santa Fe Road

Atwater, CA 95301 ph.: (209) 726-2011


Over forty military aircraft on outdoor display, including B-17 Flying Fortress, B-29 Superfortress, B-52 Stratofortress, and an SR-71 Blackbird spy plane.

Cavanaugh Flight Museum

4572 Claire Chennault Dallas, TX 75228 ph.: (214) 380-8800 (

The museum encompasses nearly 50,000 square feet of display area in four hangars, containing aircraft flown from World War I through the Vietnam War. Exhibits also include aviation-related artwork and artifacts.

Champlin Fighter Museum

Falcon Field

4636 Fighter Aces Drive

Mesa, AZ 85215

ph.: (602) 830-4540


An international collection of thirty-eight flight-ready fighter aircraft, from the early open-cockpit biplanes of World War I to the powerful jets of the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm.

Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum

1011 Pacesetter Drive

Rantoul IL 61866

ph.: (217) 893-1613 (

On the grounds of the former Chanute Air Force Base, the museum displays and preserves the proud history of Chanute Air Force Base, the United States Air Force, and Illinois aviation, with more than forty aircraft and missiles on display, including replicas of Charles A. Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis and Chanute Field’s first aircraft, the Curtiss Jenny biplane. The world’s only remaining Boeing XB-47 Stratojet prototype is also on exhibit.

College Park Airport Museum 6709 Cpl. Frank Scott Drive

College Park, MD 20740

ph.: (301) 864-6029 (

The airport was established in 1909, when Orville and Wilbur Wright agreed to train Army pilots, and it became the site of the first Army Aviation School in 1911. The museum’s collection of aircraft and artifacts reflect the history of the “world’s oldest continuously operating airport.”

Combat Air Museum

Hangars 602-604, J Street Forbes Field Topeka, KS 66620 ph.: (785) 862-3303


The museum houses a variety of civil and military aviation aircraft and memorabilia, ranging in time from World War I to the space shuttle program.

Cradle of Aviation Museum

Mitchel Field

Garden City, NY 11530

ph.: (516) 572-0411


Billed as the “Centerpiece of the museums at Mitchel Center,” the museum’s exhibits span the history of aviation, with particular emphasis on the aviation heritage of Long Island.

Curtiss Museum

Route 54

Hammondsport, NY 14840 ph.: (607) 569-2160

The museum is dedicated to the legacy of aircraft designer Glenn H. Curtiss, emphasizing his work from the turn of the century through the 1930′s. A full-scale flying reproduction of Curtiss’s June Bug and a fully restored Jenny highlight the collection.

EAA Air Adventure Museum

Experimental Aircraft Association Wittman Field 3000 Poberezny Road Oshkosh, WI 54902

ph.: (920) 426-4818


The museum features more than ninety full-size aircraft, ranging from the early days of aviation to modern homebuilt aircraft.

Eighth Air Force Museum

P.O. Box 10

Barksdale Air Force Base

Bossier City, LA 71110

ph.: (318) 456-3067

Chronicles the history of the U.S. Eighth Air Force with a variety of bomber, fighter, training, and transport aircraft.

Evergreen Aviation Museum

3850 Three Mile Lane McMinnville, OR 97218 ph.: (503) 472-9361


A 121,000-square-foot facility featuring the famous Hughes Flying Boat, better known as the Spruce Goose.

Flying Leatherneck Aviation Museum

Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, CA

ph.: (858) 577-6125


The museum houses an inventory of forty historically significant military aircraft, with more than two dozen presently on static display, including the F-4 Phantom II, the F/A-18 Hornet, and a MiG-15.

Flying Tigers Warbird Restoration Museum

231 North Hoagland Boulevard Kissimmee, FL 34741

ph.: (407) 933-1942


At this museum-restoration facility, World War II aircraft are refurbished to their former glory and flown for spectators.

Grissom Air Museum

6500 Hoosier Boulevard

Peru, IN 46970 ph.: (765) 688-2654

The museum features military aircraft from World War II through the Gulf War, including the B-17, A-10, F-11F, C-47, B-25, F-100, T-33, B-47, KC-97, C-119, F-105, F-4, O-2, U-3, EC-135, C-1 and UH-1H.

Hill Aerospace Museum

7961 Wardleigh Road

Hill Air Force Base, UT 84056

ph.: (801) 777-6868 (

Portrays the history of Hill Air Force Base, its tenants, and the assignments of the Ogden Air Logistics Center by collecting, preserving, and displaying historically significant USAF artifacts.

Hiller Aviation Museum

601 Skyway Road San Carlos, CA 94070

ph.: (650) 654-0200


The museum, opened in 1998, highlights Northern Californian aviation advances with a collection of vintage and futuristic aircraft that chronicle aviation’s past and suggest its future.

International B-24 Memorial Museum

Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society 31001 Magnuson Avenue Pueblo, CO 81001 ph.: (719) 948-9219


The museum honors the thousands of aircrew members trained in Pueblo and those involved in the design, production, and military deployment of the B-24 Liberator with a collection of B-24 technical and design data, military uniforms, airborne radio equipment, photographs, flight logs and other memorabilia.

International Sport Aviation Museum

Lakeland Linder Regional Airport Lakeland, FL 33807 ph.: (863) 644-2431 (

A 20,000-square-foot facility situated on 40 acres houses a collection of aircraft and memorabilia, a library and research center, and approximately thirty-five experimental and homebuilt aircraft along with several outdoor displays.

International Women’s Air & Space Museum

Burke Lakefront Airport 1501 North Marginal Road

Cleveland, OH 44114

ph.: (216) 623-1111 (

Opened in 1986, the museum, currently located at Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront Airport, collects and preserves memorabilia and historical artifacts relating to women and flight.

Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum

Pier 86

Hudson River at 46th Street New York, NY 10036 ph.: (212) 245-0072 (

The museum centers on the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid, berthed on the Hudson River, and features diverse sea, air, and space exhibits that include antisubmarine, attack, bomber, fighter, and reconnaissance aircraft.

Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum

3101 East Milham Road Kalamazoo, MI 49002 ph.: (616) 382-6555 (

Better known as the “Air Zoo,” and home of the National Guadalcanal Memorial Museum and the Michigan Aviation Hall of Fame, the museum has restored to airworthy condition more than sixty aircraft that played major roles in World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War and the Gulf War

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Kennedy Space Center Cape Canaveral, FL ph.: (321) 449-4444 (

Part of a working launch facility with tours and exhibit son the International Space Station, Launch Complex 39, and the Apollo, the visitor center houses an extensive collection of booster rockets, space capsules, and educational displays.

Lone Star Flight Museum

2002 Terminal Drive Galveston, TX 77554

ph.: (409) 740-7722


Features World War II-era fighters, bombers, trainers, cargo, and observation aircraft.

MAPS Air Museum

Akron-Canton Regional Airport

5359 Massillon Road Akron, OH 44312 ph.: (330) 896-6332


A collection of vintage military and significant civilian aircraft, preserved in airworthy condition.

March Field Air Museum

P.O. Box 6463

March Air Reserve Base, CA 92518

ph.: (909) 697-6602


March Field Air Museum, the P-38 Museum, and the 475th Fighter Group Museum are located at March Air Reserve Base, Riverside, California, and are home to more than fifty historic aircraft and many exhibits relating to the history of March Field, now known as March Air Reserve Base.

Marine Corps Air/Ground Museum

Brown Field Quantico, VA 22134 ph.: (703) 784-2606

Located at the Marine Corps Combat Development Command, the museum focuses on Marine Corps air-ground team development and its achievements.

Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum

Martin State Airport Hangar 5, Suite 531

Middle River, MD 21220

ph.: (410) 682-6122


The museum’s collection includes items of local historical significance; industrial models of aircraft and rockets, wind tunnel models, restored and partly restored aircraft, and many original photographs outlining the growth of the Martin Company from its beginnings in Santa Ana, California, to its current standing as the Lockheed Martin Corporation.

Mid-America Air Museum

Liberal Airport 2000 West Second Street Liberal, KS 67901 ph.: (316) 624-5263 (

The fifth-largest collection of military and civilian aircraft in the United States, featuring fighters and bombers as well as experimental and general aviation aircraft. Hands-on aviation exhibits educate visitors about the science of flight.

Mid-Atlantic Air Museum

Reading Regional Airport 11 Museum Drive Reading, PA 19605 ph.: (610) 372-7333 (

The museum’s collection includes more than fifty classic military and civilian aircraft.

Museum of Flight

9404 East Marginal Way South

Seattle, WA 98134 ph.: (206) 767-7373


The museum’s extensive collection of civilian and military aviation and aerospace artifacts is the largest and most comprehensive in the West. Aircraft on display include a

B-17 Flying Fortress, a P-51 Mustang, and Burt Rutan’s VariEze.

Museum of Flying

2772 Donald Douglas Loop North

Santa Monica, CA 90405

ph.: (310) 392-8822 ( of

The museum houses a collection of World War II fighter aircraft, most in flight-ready condition, including a P-39 Airacobra, a P-40 Warhawk, a P-47 Thunderbolt, a P-51 Mustang, and British Spitfires and Hurricanes. Also

included are the Douglas A-4, DC-2, DC-3, AD-6 Skyraider, A-26, and a 1924 World Cruiser, as well as a Jenny and other early planes.

National Air and Space Museum

Seventh and Independence Avenues, SW

Washington, DC 20560 ph.: (202) 357-2700


Part of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Air and Space Museum maintains the world’s largest collection of historic aircraft, spacecraft, and aviation memorabilia, which includes the original 1903 Wright Flyer, the Spirit of St. Louis, and the Apollo 11 Command Module. The museum is also an important center for aviation and spaceflight research.

National Atomic Museum

Kirtland Air Force Base Albuquerque, NM

ph.: (505) 845-6670


Operated by the U.S. Department of Energy, the museum contains a large collection of declassified nuclear technology and serves as a repository of educational materials and information on the Atomic Age.

National Model Aviation Museum

5151 East Memorial Drive

Muncie, IN 47302 ph.: (765) 287-1256


The largest collection of model aircraft in the United States.

National Museum of Naval Aviation

Pensacola Naval Air Station 1750 Radford Boulevard

Pensacola, FL 32508 ph.: (904) 452-3543


The museum features more than one hundred naval, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard aircraft, dating from the beginning of U.S. naval aviation to the present, along with photos, films, and other memorabilia.

National Soaring Museum

Harris Hill

51 Soaring Hill Drive

Elmira, NY 14903

ph.: (607) 734-3128 (

On the site of the first U.S. national soaring competition in 1930, the museum is devoted to gliders, sailplanes, and flying wings.

National Warplane Museum

17 Aviation Drive

Horseheads, NY 14845 ph.: (607) 739-8200


Founded to collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit military aviation memorabilia and to fly military aircraft, the museum includes a B-17 Flying Fortress, an F-14 Tomcat, and an F-15 Eagle in its exhibits.

New England Air Museum

Bradley International Airport

Windsor Locks, CT 06096 ph.: (860) 623-3305


An extensive collection of vintage and modern airplanes, helicopters, experimental and homebuilt aircraft, gliders and ultralights, missiles and rockets, flight simulators, engines, exhibits, and artifacts.

Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome

Norton Road Rhinebeck, NY 12572 ph.:(845) 752-3200 (

The aerodrome presents air shows flying original pioneer, World War I, and barnstorming aircraft from 1900 to 1940 and offers barnstorming rides in a 1929 open-cockpit biplane before and after the shows.

Owls Head Transportation Museum P.O. Box 277

Route 73

Owls Head, ME 04854 ph.: (207) 594-4418


A museum celebrating the entirety of transportation history, with more than one hundred pioneer-era aircraft replicas and originals representing the first century of flight, from Sir George Cayley’s unmanned glider of 1804 to the legendary Curtiss Jenny of the barnstorming era.

Pacific Coast Air Museum

Santa Rosa Airport 2330 Airport Boulevard Santa Rosa, CA 95403

ph.: (707) 575-7900


An organization devoted to the acquisition and preservation of contemporary military aircraft, many only recently out of active service, including the F-8U Crusader, the A-6E Intruder, and the A-4E Skyhawk.

Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum

40 Patriots Point Road Mount Pleasant, SC 29464

ph.: (803) 884-2727


The museum, located on Charleston harbor, features more than twenty aircraft and is home to World War II aircraft carrier USS Yorktown, the diesel submarine USS Clamagore, the destroyer USS Laffey, and the USCG cutter Ingham.

Pearson Air Museum 1115 East Fifth Street Vancouver, WA 98661

ph.: (360) 694-7026


Located on the grounds of Pearson Field, the birthplace of Pacific Northwest aviation, the museum features a hangar housing numerous permanent and rotating aircraft, including the Curtiss Jenny; a restoration facility; a hands-on children’s center; and a theater.

Pima Air and Space Museum

6000 East Valencia Road

Tucson, AZ 85706

ph.: (520) 574-0462


Founded in 1976, the museum features a collection of more than 250 aircraft on 80 acres of land.

Pueblo Historical Aircraft Society

31001 Magnuson Avenue Pueblo, CO 81001 ph.: (719) 948-9219 (

The museum, on the grounds of the former World War II Pueblo Army Air Base, features numerous military aircraft, including a B-29 Superfortress, an A-26 Invader, and an F-100 Super Sabre.

Redstone Arsenal

Huntsville, AL

ph.: (256) 876-2151


With a primary focus on rocketry, the museum features an Atlas missile, Saturn IB and V missiles, as well as other assorted missiles and satellites, and space capsules used in the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs.

San Diego Aerospace Museum

2001 Pan American Plaza

Balboa Park

San Diego, CA 92101

ph.: (619) 234-8291


The museum’s collection of over sixty-five U.S. and foreign aircraft and spacecraft spans the history of aviation, with particular emphasis on San Diego’s numerous contributions to the aerospace industry.

Strategic Air and Space Museum

28210 West Park Highway Ashland, NE 68003

ph.: (402) 944-3100


The museum preserves the history of the U.S. Strategic Air Command and its role in securing peace while offering an ever-increasing number of exhibits and programs on math, science, engineering, aviation, and space.

Texas Air Museum

8406 Cadmus

San Antonio, TX 78214 ph.: (210) 977-9885 (

The Stinson Chapter of the Texas Air Museum, one of three of the museum’s branches, presents the history of flight from the early days of aviation to the present. The museum’s collection features rare aircraft, including the world’s largest exhibit of German Focke-Wulf FW-190′s.

Thunderbirds Museum

4445 Tyndall Avenue

Nellis Air Force Base, NV 89191

ph.: (702) 652-7200


A behind-the-scenes tour of the U.S. Air Force aerial demonstration squadron’s facilities includes a short video presentation of Thunderbird history, a question and answer session, and a walk through the team’s museum and hangar, which houses a U.S. Air Force F-16.

Tillamook Naval Air Station Museum

6030 Hangar Road Tillamook, OR 97141

ph.: (503) 842-1130


A relatively new museum, located in a World War II blimp hangar, features several airships, including the Cyclo-Crane prototype. The museum also features various civil and military aircraft, most in flight-ready condition, including a P-51 Mustang, an Me-109, and a Spitfire fighter.

Titan Missile Museum

1580 West Duval Mine Road Sahuarita, AZ

ph.: (602) 574-0646


Turned over to the public by the U.S. Air Force in 1986, the only remaining Titan II missile launch site has been converted into a museum. Hour-long guided tours are led through the Titan missile silo complex.

Travis Air Museum

Building 80

Burgan Boulevard Travis Air Force Base

Fairfield, CA ph.: (707) 424-5605

On the grounds of Travis Air Force Base, the museum features photographs, uniforms, and memorabilia detailing the history of the base. The museum’s collection of transport aircraft details the growth of airlift aviation.

United States Air Force History and Traditions Museum

Lackland Air Force Base San Antonio, TX 78236 ph.: (512) 671-3444

Chronicles the history of the U.S. Air Force with avariety of bomber, fighter, reconnaissance, training, and transport aircraft.

United States Air Force Museum

1100 Spaatz Street Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Dayton, OH 45433 ph.: (937) 255-3286 (

A large museum dedicated to the U.S. Air Force and the history of U.S. military aviation, from the early years of powered human flight to the advent of spaceflight.

United States Army Aviation Museum

P.O. Box 620610-0610

Fort Rucker, AL 36362 ph.: (334) 598-2508


More than ninety aircraft, including the world’s largest helicopter collection. The museum emphasizes the role of aviation in support of U.S. Army operations.

United States Army Transportation Museum

300 Washington Boulevard

Besson Hall

Fort Eustis, VA 23604

ph.: (804) 878-3603


The museum is devoted entirely to the history of U.S. Army transportation from colonial days to present, highlighting the importance of logistical support to the Army.

Virginia Aviation Museum

Richmond International Airport 5701 Huntsman Road

Richmond, VA 23250 ph.: (804) 236-3622


A division of the Science Museum of Virginia, the Virginia Aviation Museum highlights the golden age of aviation with an extensive collection of vintage flying machines, such as Captain Dick Merrill’s 1930′s open-cockpit mail plane; a 1929 Ford Trimotor; flight-ready replicas of the Wright brothers’ 1900, 1901, and 1902 gliders; and a

World War I Spad VII.

War Eagles Air Museum

Santa Teresa Airport Santa Teresa, NM 88008

ph.: (505) 589-2000

The museum’s collection focuses on military aircraft of the World War II and Korean War eras, most of which are maintained in flight-ready condition.

Warhawk Air Museum

Caldwell Industrial Airport 4917 Aviation Way, ID 83605

ph.: (208) 454-2854

The museum preserves World War II history with a collection of fighter planes and memorabilia.

Western Aerospace Museum

North Field, Oakland Airport

8260 Boeing Street Oakland, CA 94621

ph.: (510) 638-7100

The museum features military and civilian aircraft on the active and historic North Field at Oakland Airport.

Western Museum of Flight

Hawthorne Municipal Airport 12016 Prairie Avenue

Hawthorne, CA 90250

ph.: (310) 332-6228 (

Located at historic Jack Northrop Field, the combination museum and restoration facility maintains a collection of completed and in-progress aircraft projects. The museum’s collection includes numerous aircraft and target drones; piston and jet aircraft engines; aircraft components, instruments, and accessories; aviation memorabilia; and an extensive model aircraft collection.

Wings of History Air Museum

12777 Murphy Avenue San Martin, CA 95046

ph.: (408) 683-2290


A museum dedicated to the preservation and restoration of antique and unique aircraft and other aviation artifacts.

Wings over the Rockies Aviation and Space Museum

Lowry Campus (formerly Lowry Air Force Base) Hangar 1

7711 East Academy Boulevard

Denver, CO 80220 ph.: (303) 360-5360


Opened in 1994 on the former Lowry Air Force Base,the museum seeks to document and preserve Colorado’s rich aviation and aerospace heritage with an artifact collection, exhibits, archives, library, workshops, and a collection of more than thirty aircraft, ranging from tiny homebuilt sport planes to the advanced B-1A Lancer supersonic jet bomber.

Wilbur Wright Birthplace

1651 County Road 750 East Hagerstown, IN ph.: (317) 332-2495


The museum houses a replica of the 1903 Wright Flyer and the wind tunnel where the Wrights tested many of their ideas. A multimedia timeline introduces visitors to Wilbur and Orville Wright, their sister Katherine, and other members of the Wright family.

Wright Brothers National Memorial

1401 National Park Drive Manteo, NC 27954 ph.: (252) 441 7430


A national park marks the location of the Wright broth-ers’historic first flight in 1903 at Kill Devil Hills. The visitor center features reproductions of the Wrights’ 1902 glider and 1903 Flyer.

Yankee Air Museum

Willow Run Airport Ypsilanti, MI 48198

ph.: (313) 483-4030

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A “working museum,” with aircraft restoration and maintenance performed on one of the museum’s floors, the Yankee Air Museum features displays of military aircraft dating from World War I to the Gulf War.


Aerospace Museum Association of Calgary

4629 McCall Way NE Calgary, AB T2E 7H1 ph.: (403) 250-3752


Originally a Royal Air Force drill hall, the museum building contains a variety ofhistorical informationabout Canadian aviation history, both civil and military.

Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum

Halifax International Airport Enfield, NS

ph.: (902) 873-3773


Founded in 1977, the museum moved to its present location in the mid-1980′s and has since amassed a collection of more than twenty aircraft reflecting the aviation history of Atlantic Canada.

Canadian Museum of Flight and Transportation

Hangar 3

5333 216th Street

Langley, BC V2Y 2N3

ph.: (604) 535-1115


A museum and restoration site dedicated to the collection and preservation of historical aircraft in Canada houses more than twenty-five aircraft, both static and flying.

Canadian War Museum

General Motors Court 330 Sussex Drive Ottawa, ON K1A 0M8

ph.: (819) 776-8600


The museum examines the war and war-related history of Canada and its effect upon Canada and Canadians and documents Canadian military contributions to peacekeeping and the maintenance of national and international security.

Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

Hamilton International Airport

9280 Airport Road Mount Hope, ON

ph.: (877) 347-3359


A living museum featuring the aircraft used by Canadians or Canada’s military from the beginning of World War II to the present day.

Greenwood Military Aviation Museum P.O. Box 786 Greenwood, NS B0P 1N0

ph.: (902) 765-1494


The museum houses permanent and temporary exhibits reflecting the history of Canadian military units stationed at CFB Greenwood.

Ontario National Aviation Museum

11 Aviation Parkway Ottawa, ON K1K 4R3 ph.: (613) 993-2010


A large museum offering a wide variety of programs and exhibits on the history of aviation and aircraft in Canada.

Royal Canadian Air Force Memorial Museum

P.O. Box 1000 Stn. Forces

Astra, ON K0K3W0

ph.: (613) 965-2140 (

An 8-acre air park housing approximately fourteen aircraft, including CP107 Argus, CF100, DC-3 Dakota, MiG-21, CF-5, HawkerHunter, Bell Kiowa, CT-134 Musketeer, F-86 Sabre, T-33 Silver Star, CF-104 Starfighter, CT-114 Tutor, and CF-101 Voodoo.

Shearwater Aviation Museum

Building 12

P.O. Box 5000 Stn Main.

Shearwater, NS B0J 3A0

ph.: (902) 460-1083


A museum dedicated to Canadian maritime military aviation.

Western Canada Aviation Museum

Hangar T-2 958 Ferry Road

Winnipeg, MB R3H 0Y8

ph.: (204) 786-5503

The museum emphasizes the important role of aviation in the opening of Western Canada.

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