About Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum
The Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum is Atlantic Canada’s only museum devoted to preserving all aspects of Atlantic Canada’s aviation heritage. Granted “Local Museum” status by the Nova Scotia Museum in 1989, it is owned and operated by local volunteers since its inception in 1977. It displays hundreds of artifacts, large and small, from books, badges and uniforms to engines and aircraft.
What to Do at Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum?
Things to Do
Explore the extensive civilian and military aviation history of Atlantic Canada depicted at the Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum. With hundreds of artifacts, aircrafts and other collections, the museum is a great place to bring the whole family and experience its magnificent displays, which includes Lockheed Jetstar, PBY-5A Canso, Pitts Special, Scamp 1I Ultra Light – Homebuilt, PA-38 Piper Tomahawk, Silver Dart Replica, Lockheed / Canadair CT-133 Silver Star, TBM Avenger, Scheibe L-Spatz 55 (Sparrow) Glider and more!
The museum aims to be informative; from a heritage standpoint, and every visitor will leave with a greater knowledge and understanding of aviation which starts from the earliest balloons and gliders up to modern aircraft.
Time required to visit:
1 – 2 hrs, depending on interest
When to visit Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum?
Mid May to Early October | 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM Daily
How much will it cost to visit Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum?
Free Admission Suggested Donation of $8 per adult.
How to get tickets?
At the Door
How to get to Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum?
20 Sky Boulevard, Goffs, NS B2T 1K3
Lat: 44.8769630716 Lon: -63.5334263356
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Located across Hwy #102 from the Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Parking: Ample free Parking.
What about amenities and accessibility?
Wheel chair accessible
Service animals allowed
Wash rooms/ family friendly
Gift Shop – that sells most of the expected aviation souvenirs and some of the more traditional knick-knacks.