Greenwood Military Aviation Museum

Greenwood Military Aviation Museum

www.gmam.ca

+1 902-765-1494

June – August

  • Monday – Friday 10:00 – 17:00
  • Saturday, Sunday 12:00 – 17:00

September – May

  • Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 – 16:00

Free admission

Gift shop

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Aircraft collection

Boeing-Vertol CH-113A Labrador 11308

7135

KB839/AF-A

11308

9997

144616

KN451

133393

24101

10717

RCAF 592

161026

161028

Avro Anson Mk.II

Avro Lancaster XAR

Boeing-Vertol CH-113A Labrador

Bolingbroke IVT

Bombardier CC-144 Challenger

Douglas Dakota 4M

Lockheed CT-133 Silver Star

Lockheed CP-127 Neptune

Canadair CP-107 Argus

Piachecki H-44 Flying Banana

CU-161 (Sperwer)

CU-161 (Sperwer)

Inside the Museum, many small changes and additions added to the interesting displays. Two War-time dioramas were completed, helping visitors understand the realities of war: a 404 Norwegian fiord attack, depicting “Black Friday” 9 February 1945, when the Squadron lost six Beaufighter aircraft and eleven airmen – the Squadron’s largest single-day loss, at which ex-CO, Lieutenant-Colonel David Proteau, attended and spoke of the historic event; and a 405 night bombing run, depicting a 405 Pathfinder formation, stacked at various altitudes, with the visitor looking through a bomb aimer’s window as if seated in the nose of a Lancaster. Sound and light simulates the feeling of being “there”. Misty clouds obscure part of the target, and lights simulate target markers dropped by the aircraft, explosions of bombs and enemy flak.