The Great War Flying Museum

To honour the pilots who served with gallantry and distinction during the Great War of 1914 – 1918.


In an attempt to help prevent spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), The Great War Flying Museum will adhere to best practices advised by public health authorities.

The Great War Flying Museum will re-open to the public on Sat. 21st May 2022.

After many years of dedicated work by members of the museum, our D.VII took to the skies for her first test flight on October 25th 2018.

It is covered with printed lozenge fabric, and has been marked to represent Jasta 63’s Richard Kraut. Details of the rebuild can be found here.

Summer Hours

Tuesday/Thursday – 11am-3pm

Saturday/Sunday/Holidays – 11am – 4pm

Victoria Day Weekend to Labour Day Weekend.


Winter Hours

Although the Great War Flying Museum is closed to the public between Labour Day and Victoria Day we have crews on-site on Tuesdays and Thursdays performing maintenance and repairs, and we welcome visitors in the hangar from 2:00 – 4:00 pm in the afternoon on those days

Online donations to The Great War Flying Museum are now being accepted. Please visit our on-line donation page .

GWFM Site Admin

GWFM Members Page

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