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An awesome place with a first class customer service staff who are extremely knowledgeable and helpful, they go out of their way to teach you all you wish to know about all the airplanes, an amazing place to spend a day. The topper is seeing...More
We visited the warplane museum, and I could have spent the entire day there! We got a guided tour (for free!) from one of the staff, who was extremely knowledgable about all the planes and their role in Canadian History. The B-25 Was a particular...More
we visited with our grand daughter and we were in awe of some of the planes and the closeness one has to them. we did not fly in any of them and I am not a plane guru but we truly enjoyed this fun and...More
Great place filled with displays and historic aircraft. Our guide was excellent and obviously passionate, he stayed with us throughout our visit and was able to explain features of the planes and even tell us the individual history of a lot of them. We were...More
Decided to give mom a break for an afternoon and was looking for some local fun. Tried Warplane Museum and are we glad we did. Educational component was well received, planes were very cool. The boys were able to climb into and explore some of...More
This museum has a hanger full of planes used by the Royal Canadian Air Force and a lot of the planes are flyable. The volunteers are constantly restoring planes and some of there projects are on display. There is also a mini museum on the...More
This excellent museum has a number of flyable warbirds on which flights can be obtained. See website. The day I visited was a non flying day. There were several volunteer guides around who were happy to answer questions and escort you to the outside exhibits....More
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There is a Buzz Beurling stature at the Warplane Museum. He was, indeed, one of the best pilots that Canada produced during WW2. He had the keen ability to track and then shoot enemy aircraft using a very old technique... More
There is a Buzz Beurling stature at the Warplane Museum. He was, indeed, one of the best pilots that Canada produced during WW2. He had the keen ability to track and then shoot enemy aircraft using a very old technique. He would place his sights in front of the enemy, fire and then let the enemy aircraft fly into his bullets. However, he was not a team player. Beuriling liked to fly alone, disobey orders and confront the enemy on his terms.... Even though he was a skilled pilot with a great record of kills, he was sent from squadron to squadron because of his "lone wolf" attitude.
Nevertheless, he is still a great Canadian pilot and hero.