Welcome to the Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum.

CLOSED FOR SEASON: We are now closed for the season, reopening May 2021.

Off-season tours are available most Saturdays upon request; email Tours@ACAMuseum.ca to book a tour. Volunteers are at the museum most Saturdays from 10 am – noon and 1 pm – 3 pm working on restorations. Drop by to see them in action or lend a helping hand (entrance by hangar door). (It’s recommended to call first to make sure someone is there)

Silver Dart Replica “Fly Around”

Since we’re currently operating on reduced hours, we’ve decided to try something a little different to bring the museum to you…
This is the first of a proposed series of videos so you can get up close to our aircraft, from the comfort of your home, to view it click here.

Like our page and follow us on Facebook to see new videos as they are posted.

The Curatorial Committee

Museum Information

Civic address:
20 Sky Blvd,
NS B2T 1K3

Exit 6 off Highway 102, across the highway from Halifax Stanfield International Airport.

Check us out on Facebook for the most up-to-date information on operating hours and precautionary measures in place.

Our priority is to ensure the safety of our visitors, volunteers, and staff. Thank you for your continued support during these difficult times.

Call: 1 – 902 – 873 – 3773
Email: info@ACAMuseum.ca

Please Donate Now!

Help us achieve our mission to be the centre of excellence for the
preservation of our aviation heritage!
ACAM is a volunteer run museum reliant on donations to operate.

Charitable Registration #: 13075 0862 RR0001

Events at our museum

Billy Mink is back

Come and have fun with Billy Mink, help him on his quest around the Museum, see what he finds and learns and share in his aviation adventure.

Aircraft collection

A fantastic collection of aircraft, artifacts, weapons, and engines – and we are always adding to our collection. Click here to find out more.

Space Travel

Space Shuttle Columbia, come and see the actual tire generously loaned to us by Michelin and signed by our very own Canadian Astronaut, Chris Hadfield.