Canadian Museum of Flight, Langley, British Columbia (BC), Canada

North America

Last modified:

July 22, 2019

Added:

December 1, 2017

General information

The Museum is a very “hands-on” facility. A large selection of our aircraft can be touched, and the children can feel that aircraft are made not only from aluminum, but also wood and fabric. The Museum is constantly undergoing display changes to allow our visitors to see something new each time they stop by. Visitors can take a chronological walk around the Museum starting with WWI to present day, and can see how large a part Canada has played in aviation history.

Photo by: Ahunt [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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Number of exhibited items


Planes & Helicopters: 26-50, Inventory link

Items Exhibited at the Museum

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Available in the following languages:
English

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Services / Facilities:
Guided Tours, Shop / Merchandising

Museum Contact Info

Contact Email: info@canadianflight.org
Contact Form: Link
Phone number(s): 604-532-0035

Getting to the Museum

Address: 5333 216 St, V2Y 2N3, Langley, British Columbia (BC), Canada, North America
Coordinates: 49.099589, -122.626141

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Photography

Usually only for private use. Always check for latest info on the home page!
Photography permitted: Not known
Tripod permitted: Not known
Flash permitted: Not known

Disclaimer

Note: This information was accurate July, 2019 when it was published/updated, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.

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