Alberta Aviation Museum

The Alberta Aviation Museum showcases the province's aviation history with a collection of over 20 vintage aircraft from the past century.

At the Alberta Aviation Museum, Alberta, visitors can explore the rich history of aviation in the province. The museum offers a variety of interactive exhibits, including a full-size replica of the Avro Arrow and a variety of other aircraft, such as the Avro Lancaster, F-86 Sabre, and P-51 Mustang. Visitors can also explore a variety of artifacts, including artifacts from the First and Second World War, as well as the Cold War era.

In addition to the exhibits, visitors can take part in a range of educational and interactive activities, such as the museum's flight simulator, which allows visitors to experience the sensation of flying a variety of aircraft. The museum also offers guided educational tours, and visitors can also take part in special events, such as air shows, fly-ins, and air races.

The Alberta Aviation Museum also offers a range of family-friendly activities, such as a children's aviation education centre, a theatre, and a science centre, where visitors can explore the science behind flight. The museum also hosts a variety of special events, including live music and educational programming.

The Alberta Aviation Museum is open seven days a week, with extended hours during the summer months. Admission is free for children under six, and discounted rates are available for members and seniors. The museum also offers a variety of membership packages, which include access to special events, discounts on merchandise, and access to the museum's library.

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Facilities at Alberta Aviation Museum

  • Aircraft displays
  • Aviation artifacts
  • World War I and II artifacts
  • Flight simulator
  • Aviation library
  • Aviation art gallery
  • Gift shop
  • Lecture theatre
  • Summer camps
  • Group tours
  • Special events
  • CafĂ©