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Visited here to see the Canadian Lancaster and had a wonderful experience. The staff at the entrance were really helpful and friendly, one member of staff came to find us later in the museum to let us know what time the Lancaster would be flying...More
A great collection of Canadian warplanes as well as other unique exhibits. The star of the museum must be the Avro Lancaster, one of only two remaining Lancasters still in flying condition.
There are a number of aircraft from Canada’s own aircraft manufacturing industry, some...More
We have visited several times with our grandchildren, 9 & 12 and they love it! Being able to walk underneath the Lancaster really gives them a sense of the power of these planes and the volunteers are knowledgeable and very engaging. They loved the flying...More
If you are interested in aviation history then this is the place to go! It is beautifully presented and very informative. several of the planes at this museum are operational the big draw is the Lancaster! You are able to get up close to them...More
Our grandson enjoyed everything about our visit to the museum. Climbing in and out of planes worked off energy, and he still enjoyed the Lego area and other toys. Gift shop had nicely built replicas that he has played with since he received them.
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There is a Buzz Beurling stature at the Warplane Museum. He was, indeed, one of the best pilots that Canada produced during WW2. He had the keen ability to track and then shoot enemy aircraft using a very old technique... More
There is a Buzz Beurling stature at the Warplane Museum. He was, indeed, one of the best pilots that Canada produced during WW2. He had the keen ability to track and then shoot enemy aircraft using a very old technique. He would place his sights in front of the enemy, fire and then let the enemy aircraft fly into his bullets. However, he was not a team player. Beuriling liked to fly alone, disobey orders and confront the enemy on his terms.... Even though he was a skilled pilot with a great record of kills, he was sent from squadron to squadron because of his "lone wolf" attitude.
Nevertheless, he is still a great Canadian pilot and hero.