The National Air Force Museum of Canada (NAFMC) is proud to honour the heritage of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Discover an aviation history full of valour and tradition through a wide variety of exhibits, interactive activities and displays, including the fully restored World War II Halifax Bomber (the only one of its kind in the world). Our 16-acre Airpark features both historic and active aircraft on view for an up-close and personal aviation experience. Also in the Airpark are over 12,000 Ad Astra Stones and 35 Monuments that tribute past and current members of the RCAF.
*Please Note: Last Admission at 4:30 pm*
Senior (65+) – $8
Adult (18-64) – $10
Student (13-17) – $8
Youth (6-12) – $5
Child (5 & under) – free
Family (2 adults, 3 children – max 5 people) – $30
CAF member w/ID (+1) – by donation
Veteran w/ID (+1) – by donation
Special Group Rates are available for groups of 15 or more please see our Group Tour page for more info
The Museum is a self-guided attraction. However, volunteer tour guides are always available during visitor hours and can provide you with as much or as little direction and information as you need. The NAFMC volunteers are a wellspring of knowledge, both in the Museum’s history and its collection. Mainly comprised of past or current serving military members, they are happy to share their stories with visitors of all ages.
Both the Museum and Airpark are fully scooter and wheelchair accessible. In addition, scooters and wheelchairs are available for visitor use on site. Please ask one of the staff for assistance.