EXPLORE: Aviation Museums – Newfoundland to New England

If you like things that fly and sometimes don’t, bookmark this for your travels – virtual or real!


Aviation extends over more than two thousand years, beginning with kite flying in China, attempts at tower jumping,balloons, moving forward to supersonic, and hypersonic flight by powered, heavier-than-air jets and more recently to unmanned drones. These aviation museums, air museums, and aerospace museums exhibit the history and artifacts of aviation. In addition to actual or replica aircraft, exhibits can include photographs, maps, models, dioramas, clothing and equipment used by aviators.

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Want more information? Save a lot of search time by accessing the articles, media and references collected about aircraft – Air Canada, Air Crashes, Flight Halos, Helicopters, History, Museums, RCAF, war plans and more. New reference materials and images are added as they are acquired.

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