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Air museum all planes are outside there’s a large number of actually all of them have a history from the base. The inside portion museum is for really small has a half decent gift shop or bookstore. There’s some nice displays on a little more...More
I love airplanes. This was my chance to see a Lancaster Bomber on static display. But there were several other great planes to see including a C-130 and a P-3 Orion. It was well worth the time to snoop around,
take your time and wind through with all the history...for all people young and old who have a fascination with aviation this is a stop that will make you stop and rethink what flying was and has become...close to some great seafood shacks
My husband and I enjoyed our visit to this museum, which added to our knowledge of Canada's military aviation history. The outdoor display of aircraft is impressive. One suggestion: We would have liked to see more signage at some of the displays, which had little...More
Took a group of teens there. They seemed to quite enjoy it. I've been to many museums so on a scale of all them it wasn't spectacular but I can't compare them fairly to he met in NYC. As far as a smaller town museum...More
The museum contains an excellent collection of artifacts representing the operational Squadrons based at Greenwood from their inception to the present. There are several interactive displays, including a flight simulator, an Argus tactical compartment and cutaway engines. In a separate section there are aircraft on...More