Canada Aviation and Space Museum
The Museum presents the complete story of Canada’s rich aviation and aerospace heritage. The Collection itself consists of more than 130 aircraft and artifacts (propellers, engines) from both civil and military service. The most extensive aviation collection in Canada, it is also considered one of the finest aviation museums in the world. Visitors can explore the story of flight through demonstrations, guided tours, and more!
Museum Highlights: Largest surviving piece of the famous Avro Arrow; the original Canadarm used on the Endeavour space shuttle; Lancaster WWII bomber; Life in Orbit: The International Space Station exhibition.
Every day from 4 to 5 p.m., access to the museum is free of charge.
Canada's Capital Museum Passport
The Museums Passport is valid for general admission over 3 consecutive days starting from the day of your first visit. It is valid for 3 visits to museums of your choice among the 6 participating museums. Each accompanying child receives 30% discount off children/student admission at each Museum.
Low season schedule
- Total access for the handicapped
- Assisted wheelchair accessibilty
- Accessible by public transport
- Restaurant on site
- Free WIFI
- Bus parking
- Paid parking
- Free parking