Location: N 43° 45.517 W 079° 52.751 At the Brampton Flying Club airport, on McLaughlin Road.
Canada's only museum dedicated solely to the men and machines of World War 1. Volunteers operate this wonderful museum, on the grounds of the Brampton
Flying Club. Dedicated to preserving the airplanes and the history of
the Great War.
The largest building, the hangar, features the
planes, the workshop, and the current restoration in progress. All
planes are either in fully operational flying condition, or undergoing
The second building houses the museum. The collection
of artwork, mementos, equipment, and dioramas helps to explain the
history of flight in the Great War.
The Museum will be open 11:00
a.m. to 4:00 pm. Saturday, Sunday and statutory holidays from the
Victoria Day long weekend in May until the Labour Day weekend in
The second Saturday in September is the highlight of
the year, with a free open house, flying demonstrations and vintage
aircraft from across North America coming to show their skills.