Montreal Aviation Museum is one of a kind museum in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec. It has a rare collection of civil as well as military aircrafts along with some memorabilia and artifacts. All the things are historically important and the museum was created in 1998 to preserve these. One of the significant aircrafts is the Blériot XI which was built in 1909. It was designed by Louis Blériot who was the first man to fly across the English Channel. Visit this unique museum if you are in the neighbourhood and take a guided tour to know more about the captivating history of the collection.
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How to Reach Montreal's Aviation Museum
- Bus 419 to Poultry Cottages / des Pins bus stop
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Montreal's Aviation Museum Reviews & Ratings
Highly recommend a visit.... Skilled and dedicated volunteers,(Will see them in action) work hard to rebuild in detail, past aircraft,from original design and parts.
More than just shiny old airplanes. You can see their construction get up close.
It's a nice little place. With super friendly employees. My kids loved it.
What an amazing passionate group of volunteers!
This is one of the best kept gems in Montreal. This is a working museum. You can see aircraft being built from the original blueprints. This is great for children and anyone with an interest in Canada's significant role in aviation history.