The history of flight is one that's fascinating in itself, but when you throw in some real vintage aircrafts, it's makes even more captivating. Located about an hour away from Vancouver in Langley's... Read More
The history of flight is one that's fascinating in itself, but when you throw in some real vintage aircrafts, it's makes even more captivating. Located about an hour away from Vancouver in Langley's airport, the Canadian Flight Museum brings to life this airborne display. They have a number of different planes on show and they have an active fleet that is maintained regularly so that they can take flight. Expect to see a 1930 Waco INF, a 1937 Waco AQC, a 1940 Tiger Moth, a 1940 Fleet Finch and a 1942 Harvard take flight every now and then. They also have replicas of WW1 planes, a 1930's Waco biplane, a Douglas DC-3 transport from the 1940's and a 1942 Hampden bomber.
- Daily 10am-4pm
- Adult CAD10; Senior (60+) CAD7; Student (6-15) CAD7; Child (5 and under) Free; Family CAD25
- Family-Friendly Museums: "Fort Langley is a beautiful historic town and isn't far from Langley. So, if you're in the area, don't miss out on driving a little further to it out and grab some lunch."
- Best for Family-Friendly Museums Because: Aviation enthusiasts will love the collection at The Canadian Museum of Flight, such as the Vampire fighter jet and needle-nosed Lockheed Starfighter.