Supporting the Museum for future generations

Without our membership fees and support The Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum would not exist and we would not be able to bring to life all aspects of Canadian military and civilian aviation history that you see whilst walking through our galleries.

This support goes far beyond just allowing us to open our doors each season to the general public, its what makes restoration projects such as our TBM Avenger restoration possible. Even when an aircraft such as this is lovingly restored and brought back to the Museum the work does not stop there, ensuring that it is maintained for the future is just as big a part of how your support helps.

Your support helps to care for, preserve and investigate our collections, displays, and exhibitions for the benefit of present and future generations. It also lets us reach out to diverse audiences through educational projects and events such as our in-school presentations and it even helps us run our events days throughout the year.

‘It is with your kind generosity and support that the story of
Atlantic Canada’s role in aviation history will be told
for many generations to come.’

Our thanks go out to:
Billy Mink images by Craig Francis courtesy of Kidoons
Museum and aircraft photography – images courtesy of Dave McMahon, ACAM Volunteer
Restoration photography – images courtesy of Proteus Virk, ACAM Volunteer