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Winnipeg's Aviation Museum is temporarily closed for relocation, and scheduled to reopen in 2020. The Museum is dedicated to the preservation, restoration and display of Canada's unique aviation heritage from the golden age of bush flying.
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We visited just before they were about to close down for relocation (we heard weds. Oct. 24, 2018) until an undecided date when their new site would be ready (but they’re still fundraising for construction costs). The ticket person hadn’t let us know so we...More
This museum is full of aviation history. They have many types of planes, and we were able to go right inside some of the older planes. The staff is very helpful and will offer as much information and history you want to hear about. Also...More
I have been here on a few occasions with different groups. One visit was first my grandsons birthday party. He loves planes, so ...what a wonderfully thought out birthday!.. The children all were excited and they were encouraged to ask questions and look around..guided by...More
Being from Winnipeg and coming back to visit we didn't realize how good this museum was. The guides their really complete the visit as they are informative and witty. The old Air Canada plane was need to visit and go onto. A lot of different...More
My husband is an aviation geek and a pilot. He thought that the first part of the museum hanger was extremely interesting. But the rest of it seemed cluttered and didn’t flow. We understand that some of the exhibits were packed down for moving. $10...More
The museum had a great exhibition regarding Canadian women in aviation. Some (female) visitors might think the exhibition is a bit too honest, but at least the museum have the guts to address the subject. The museum isn’t too big, and only includes one hangar....More