Sharing the experience with others makes the trip more memorable. Whether you book a guided tour with our experts, or enjoy a self-guided visit at your own pace, visiting with a group gives the opportunity to discuss what you've learned and connect with aviation on a deeper level. 


Led by one of our knowledgeable guides, this tour leads your group through the history of our Second World War hangar and the military, commercial and civilian planes contained within it. Tour length is up to 120 minutes based on the interests of your group. Please use the form below to book, or contact us at education@thehangarmuseum.ca 


  • Programs available during our regular open hours, as well as on evenings and weekends.
  • Programs must be booked in advance with a minimum of a 2 week notice. Bookings subject to availability. 
  • Programs must be paid for in full before or on the day of the program.
  • Program fee: admission +$3 per person, with a minimum booking fee: $250
  • Program fee must be paid as one single transaction for the full group. 


We also offer a discount for groups of 15 people or more for general admission (no tour provided). 20% off admission when booked with advanced notice. Please use the form below or contact us at memberships@thehangarmuseum.ca 


  • Must be booked in advance with a minimum of 48hrs notice.
  • Available only during our regular admission hours, and not during special events. 
  • Cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions. 
  • Must be paid as one single transaction for the full group. 

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The price for the ticket is fully paid back by the informative information you get and unforgettable 🎫 impressions. I would also like to express my gratitude and recognize the dedication of the staff of this museum. I would recommend to everyone who is interested in aviation in any way

Google review, 5 stars

Wonderful aviation museum with a nice selection of aircraft and engines. I particularly enjoyed how each plane had an amazing personal story that made it unique, with enough details to make it interesting but without too much text. The cockpit with the local ongoing radio communications adds flavor to the visit, and I liked also the panels about the pilots and the connection with the local street names.

Google review, 5 stars