British Columbia Aviation Museum

British Columbia Aviation Museum

www.bcam.net

bcam@bcam.net

+1 250-655-3300

May 1 – September 30

  • Daily 10:00 – 16:00

October 1 – April 30

  • Daily 11:00 – 15:00

Closed Christmas and New Year’s Day

Admission fee

Gift shop

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Aircraft collection

British Columbia Aviation Museum

FP846

CF-XNF/16662

C-FBCF

CF-FZX

9104/BK-L

133462

CF-BMS/22

C-GJCQ

CF-ASY

CF-AOD

CF-AWA

CF-DRE/AG-R

3290/814

C-GSNS

C-GTDV

CF-JLC

-/M

55144/961

C-FAI

2-V

C-FCAX/203

CF-THG

Avro Anson Mk.2

Auster K Auster AOP6

Beech (Pacific Airmotive) Turbo Tradewind

Bell 47G-2

Bristol 149 Bolingbroke Mk4T

Canadair T-33A-N Silver Star 3

Chanute Glider

de Havilland Canada Chipmunk 22

Douglas A-26C Invader

Douglas C-117D Skytrooper

Eastman E2 Sea Rover

Falconar AMF-S14 Maranda

Fleet Model 2

Gibson Twin Plane

Lincoln Sport

Luscombe 8A Silvaire

Nieuport 17

Noorduyn UC-64A Norseman

North American Harvard Mk.2B

Pietenpol 1933

Rutan Quickie

Republic RC3 Seabee

Rotorway Scorpion II

Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a

Sikorsky HO4S-2

Skyseeker Ultralite

Spitfire replica

Sud-Est SE.3160 Alouette III

Trident Tri-Gull

Vickers Viscount 757

Ranges from the first Canadian-designed craft ever to fly (a bizarre kitelike contraption) to World War I-vintage Nieuports and Tiger Moths, to floatplanes and Spitfires and slightly more modern water bombers and helicopters. Thursdays you can watch the all-volunteer crew in the restoration hangar working to bring these old craft back to life.