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— Planning to visit Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum? Find out museum's hours of operation and admission costs.
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— Join in and help the Museum by purchasing an annual membership and get free admission to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum for an entire year.
— Be sure to stop by our Gift Shop when visiting the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum or join us for a full meal or a light snack at the new Café LLBO.
— View all our current and upcoming events at the Warplane Museum, including our annual Hamilton Airshow. We also host weddings and catering events.
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— We are a full-service facility, and we would be honoured to host your shower, the stag-and-doe, your reception, the wedding ceremony - or perhaps all four!
— Whether your group is a small crew of 10 or a full squadron of 1,400, the museum is truly an impressive location for reunions, weddings, dinners, dances, Christmas parties and business meetings.
— Learn about all the different Canadian military aircraft from then to now. Enthusiasts will enjoy our unique selection of warplane and vintage aircraft.
— We are the only place in the world where you can fly in a rare Fairey Firefly, Westland Lysander or the famous Avro Lancaster. Thrill of a lifetime!
— Looking for that unique adventur? Buy a member flight in a Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum aircraft - it's certainly a thrill of a lifetime!
— Get your answers to the frequently asked questions regarding your vintage aircraft flight at Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum.
— Vintage Wartime Historical Aircraft Flight Schedule - the only place in the world where you can fly in a rare Fairey Firefly, Westland Lysander or the famous Avro Lancaster.
— Kids can embark on a journey of learning at our living history museum, which features the aircraft used by Canadians or Canadian Military from the beginning of WW II to the present.
— Learn about our educational programs, teaching students about teamwork, leadership, mechanics and more..
— Camp underneath a World War II aircraft! Take a flashlight tour of the museum..
— Summer camps for kids at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum are always an exciting adventure into the world of aviation! Learn more about activities and costs.
— Experience flight without leaving the ground in one of our Flight Simulators for FREE!
— As we re-open CWH to the public, we ask you to work with us to keep the museum a safe location for yourself, for all visitors, and for our staff and volunteers.
— Use this online form to book your next School Visit at Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. We will send you back an email to confirm the booking.
— Help support the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum by purchasing items from our gift shop! Buy model planes, books, DVDs, clothing, mugs, bags and more..
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— Learn about Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's history, our patrons, our mandate, how you can make donations or use the museum to shoot a film!
— Our museum's mandate is to Acquire. Instruct. Provide. Maintain. Learn more on how..
— A collection of over 40 aircraft has grown through the friendship of Dennis Bradley and Alan Ness. Their love of aviation and their desire to maintain..
— His Royal Highness Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales, has been the Patron of Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum since January 1, 1981.
— The museum building makes an excellent location setting for documentaries, music videos, feature films, car shoots, interviews, commercials and television series.
— The support received from our volunteers is essential to the successful operation of the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum as a world class facility.
— Flightlines is a publication of Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. Find the latest edition of a mailed out newsletter in PDF form and older ones archived by clickable link.
— The Voices From the Past project was started in 2001 with one of its main goals being to collect and preserve the wartime memories of air force personnel from World War II through the medium of video.
— By donating you will be helping the museum continue to improve and maintain this important part of Canada’s rich history. Learn how you can help..
— By donating you will be helping the museum continue to improve and maintain this important part of Canada’s rich history.
— We depend primarily on donations of items to meet this mandate and would welcome learning more about what you have that could add to our collection.
— Donate A Car Canada accepts Vehicle Donations for the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. We provide free towing in many areas across Canada, or you can drop off your vehicle to maximize your donation.
— The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum would like to thank all of our patrons for their continued support. Here is a list of names who appear on our Major Donor Wall in our Museum lobby.
— General information on how you can plan your gift to Canadian Warplane Heritage during your lifetime or in your will..
— Project High Flight - a new Museum program that offers a rare source of inspiration, allowing Grade 6 students from inner city schools the chance to enjoy the same educational opportunities as their peers get to experience.
— Find all of the museum's contact information, including: mailing address, phone numbers and email addresses of all our departments.
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— Aviation enthusiasts - HELP us raise the funds necessary to keep the Mynarski Memorial Lancaster in our Canadian skies for many, many years to come!
— Lady Orchid
— Please support and donate to the “Lancaster Engine Overhaul Program” - we need to keep VR-A in our Canadian skies for many, many years to come.
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— Use this online form to book your next Night Ops Sleepover at Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum. We will send you back an email to confirm the booking.
— Ruhr Express, she will always hold a place in Canada's aviation history as the first of many Lancasters that rolled of Victory Aircraft's production line.
— Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (CWHM) is committed to meeting the accessibility needs of persons with disabilities in a timely manner consistent with the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity.