The Cold Lake Air Force Museum is a military history museum located in Alberta, Canada, dedicated to preserving the history of the Royal Canadian Air Force.
At the Cold Lake Air Force Museum, Alberta, visitors can explore the history of the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range. The museum features interactive displays, artifacts, photographs, and aircraft engines, as well as a wide variety of interactive activities and events.
Visitors can explore the museum’s aircraft on display, including a de Havilland Vampire, a Canadair Sabre, and a Bristol Bolingbroke. The museum also has a number of other displays featuring artifacts, photographs, and interactive activities.
The museum offers a number of educational programs and workshops, such as presentations by veterans, lectures, and an Air Cadet program. Additionally, the museum hosts a variety of special events over the course of the year, such as air shows, family days, and a summer camp.
The museum gift shop features a wide selection of souvenirs, books, and other items related to the history of the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range.