Plan your visit with this floor plan.
Life in Orbit: The International Space Station
A History of the Rockcliffe Airport Site
Avro 683 Lancaster X
Life in Orbit: The International Space Station. An exhibition about the International Space Station (ISS) and astronaut life aboard the ISS – a marvel of modern technology.
Explore the story of human flight, from the early days of aviation to the Jet Age, in the Museum’s Main Exhibition Hall.
The Canadarm: A Canadian Aerospace Icon
Learn about unmanned aerial vehicles and their exciting real-world uses in this exhibition.
Explore a selection of engines and learn how they enable aircraft to take flight in this exhibition at the Museum.
See images that express the air traveller’s experience over time in selected photographs from Air Canada’s extensive collection.
Pilot a First World War biplane using motion sensing technology
Photographic display of this 72-day adventure to raise awareness about butterfly habitat conservation, presented in collaboration with the Embassy of Mexico
Explore Canada’s aviation heritage through the Museum’s collection of art and archival photographs.
This exhibition highlights Canadian women’s experience of flight and love of aviation over a span of some 80 years.
Discover the connections between Canada’s aviation past and its present through the online exhibition Canadian Aviation through Time.
Meet Kenneth M. Molson (1916–1996), the Museum’s first curator and one of Canada’s foremost aviation historians, in this virtual exhibition.