Transport Museums in Canada

Welcome to the Interactive map of Transport Museums in Canada.

Please select a marker on the map, a pop up will display the Museum or collection located there, and a link for more details.

Click on a cluster to zoom in on that section.

Or directly select the type of museum you wish to visit, by using the drop-down menu below.

There are also alphabetical lists below the Map.

Canadian Aviation Museum Windsor On...
Canadian Aviation Museum Windsor Ontario Canada

9 museums in total.

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Canadian Transport Museums in alphabetical order

  • Bomber Command Museum of Canada (Road, Air), Nanton, Alberta (AB)

    The acquisition of aircraft and other artifacts, primarily through private donations, has provided the Society with an impressive collection of displays.

  • Canadian Automotive Museum (Road), Oshawa, Ontario (ON)

    Largest collection of Canadian cars in the world. Largest Canadian collection of Rolls-Royces.

  • Canadian Museum of Flight (Air), Langley, British Columbia (BC)

    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.

  • Canadian Transportation Museum & Heritage Village (Road, Air), Kingsville, Ontario (ON)

    You will see both original and fully restored hallmark vehicles from the 19th and 20th century, from horse drawn wagons to a 1992 Dodge Viper.

  • Dreamcycle Motorcycle Museum (Road), Sorrento, British Columbia (BC)

    The museum traces the history of motorbikes displaying bikes from 1924 to 2002. Mark chooses bikes based on their historical significance and rarity.

  • Reynolds-Alberta Museum (Road, Air), Wetaskiwin, Alberta (AB)

    The Reynolds-Alberta Museum in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, interprets the impact of technological change in transportation, aviation, agriculture 1890s.

  • Second Chance Car Museum (Road), Treherne, Manitoba (MB)

    Started as a place to gather and appreciate each others classic cars, the founders soon realized that they had something special and unique. The Second Chance Car Museum was born. Looks like a handful of Classics, and some Pre War vehicles.

  • Shearwater Aviation Museum (Air, Maritime), Shearwater, Nova Scotia (NS)

    The museum acquires, conserves, organizes and researches the history of Canadian Maritime Military Aviation.

  • Yukon Transportation Museum (Road, Air, Rail), Whitehorse, Yukon (YT)

    This museum brings Yukon transportation history to life.

Canadian Transport Museums ordered by City