Canadian bushes and wilderness are world famous. And in order to reach the remote corners or help unscheduled passengers stuck in Canadian wilderness, there are special aviation aircrafts known as Canadian Bushplanes. Thus, here is a heritage centre that exhibits these aircrafts in order to educate and enlighten people about their operation and workings. This centre houses at least 30 aircraft displays, two theatres, flight simulators, and interactive children's activities to engage you and your young ones. From the gift shop, you can purchase aviation gift items for children as well.
Entrance Ticket Details For Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre
- Adult: $12.00
- Senior: $11.00
- Student: $7.00
- Child: $3.00
- Children under 5(accompanied with adult): Free Entry
- 10% discount for groups of 10 or more
Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre Hours
- Closed on Good Friday, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
How to Reach Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre
- By Bus station: Pim St at Queen St
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69.61% of people who visit Sault Ste. Marie include Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre in their plan
86.36% of people start their Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre
93% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre
Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre Reviews & Ratings
This place is so neat! Not only do you get to learn all about different planes, you can actually go into quite a few of them and poke around. And there's a 3-D movie! Just go check it out. :)
This was an amazing place. All the reviews are true. I was a total tourist. This place is imperative if you want to get to know Sault Ste Marie. We had so much fun here.
I had just seen the STOL (Short Takeoff And Land) competition at the Oshkosh airshow, so this was a natural, celebrating the bushpilots and 'planes that pioneered the art of flying deep into the bush and landing on a sandbar to send forth a hunting or fishing party on a multi-week adventure in the wild. I loved this museum -- it looks like a bunch of aircraft packed tightly into a hanger, but you find you can wend your way between them around a wonderful collection of artifacts, displays, engines and similar items placed between the aircraft on display. I thoroughly enjoyed the visit.
Wow, this is an amazing museum. You can touch and climb and play and see the planes from the inside as well. There is a 3D movie theatre and a hugh kids zone with even video games. Admission fee is more than acceptable. Really worth to visit.
Took my daughters here when they were 6, while we were on vacation. We loved it. They had a great time. Very interesting displays, and lots of hands on stuff for the kids. They absolutely loved that they could climb inside some of the planes and explore them.