Canadian Museum of Flight

The Canadian Museum of Flight is a non-profit, volunteer-driven museum dedicated to restoring, preserving and showcasing Canada’s rich aviation heritage. The Museum is a very “hands-on” facility. A large selection of our aircraft can be touched, and the children can feel that aircraft are made not only from aluminum, but also wood and fabric. The Museum is constantly undergoing display changes to allow our visitors to see something new each time they stop by. Visitors can take a chronological walk around the Museum starting with WWI to present day, and can see how large a part Canada has played in aviation history.

The Museum is a ground-level facility, with ramps for easy wheelchair access. Vehicles and HandyDART buses can pull up adjacent to the main entrance.

Along with the aircraft and displays, the Museum has an extensive aviation gift shop with everything from posters to books, hats, t-shirts, toys, videos and much more.

604-532-0035

5333 216th Street, Langley, BC, V2Y 2N3

http://www.canadianflight.org/

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Monday: 10am-4pm

Tuesday: 10am-4pm

Wednesday: 10am-4pm

Thursday: 10am-4pm

Friday: 10am-4pm

Saturday:10am-4pm

Sunday:Closed during Winter

A Historical Trek Through Langley

The Canadian Museum of Flight is a non-profit, volunteer-driven museum dedicated to restoring, preserving and showcasing Canada’s rich aviation heritage. The Museum is a very “hands-on” facility. A large selection of our aircraft can be touched, and the children can feel that aircraft are made not only from aluminum, but also wood and fabric. The […]

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