The museum is small, but filled with very nice exhibits covering various periods of aviation history, including Gander's role during WWII and the days following 9/11. My sweetheart was a military aviator and also visited Gander a couple of times as a child, so the museum had special meaning for him. I also found it very interesting and was glad we visited. The admission fee is only $8.00 for adults, with discounts for military, seniors & kids, so it won't break the bank.
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