Canada Aviation and Space Museum
DescriptionEducational exhibits & various aircraft. Large musuem for aeronautical exhibits, including military & civilian aircraft, plus biplane rides.
Address11 Aviation Pkwy, Ottawa, ON K1K 2X5, Canada
Phone+1 613-991-3044

The Canada Aviation and Space Museum is located on a former military airbase in Ottawa, and it focuses on aviation in Canada within an international context. The museum has a collection of more than 130 aircraft and artifacts, from both civil and military service, and it is considered one of the finest aviation museums in the world. Highlights of the museum include the largest surviving pieces of the Avro Arrow, the original Canadarm used on the Endeavour space shuttle, and the Lancaster bomber from the Second World War.

It is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of aviation, space travel, or Canadian achievements. With a collection that includes aircraft from both civil and military service, as well as artifacts like the original Canadarm and Lancaster bomber, there is something for everyone at this museum.