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If you're an aircraft buff like my dad, you'll love this interactive museum that charts the course of Canadian aviation from the beginning of World War II to the present. Visitors can climb into the cockpits of World War II trainer crafts or a CF-100 jet fighter. The most popular attractions are the flight simulators, which allow aspiring pilots to test their skills (my favorite part). There... more
One can't help but get a bit teary eyed walking through the initial display about the men and women who put it all on the line to "keep 'em flying". This is a great place for the little ones. Admission is free for 5 and under. They can run around the static displays. Lots of "old timers" around who flew or worked on these aircraft to help you understand what you're looking at. Some cockpits are... more
If you are in the area or living in Hamilton and never been to the museum, you should seriously consider visiting the museum. There is nothing like seeing up-close all those wonderful machines that helped preserve our way of life. History buffs will spend hours studying the planes and kids will just have fun and learn a lot of about... more
This is one of the best kept secrets , you can see war planes that you probably have not seen learn the history , also display of uniforms of the era , snack and light lunches available, and often program for the young. This building is completely accessible, there is nothing to dislike
This massive museum and hangar facility houses the largest collection of operational vintage aircraft in the world. Memorabilia, an art gallery, and audio, visual and interactive displays will challenge and inform.
The collection is an all-ages delight, with flight-ready planes including one of the only two Lancaster bombers in the world, the Avro Anson, B-52 Bomber and Fleet Finch. You’ll... more
Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum offers these services: banquets, salles, réception.