Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum, Brandon

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The Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum is an aviation museum located at Brandon Municipal Airport, Brandon, Manitoba. It is dedicated to the memory of the airmen from the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, who trained at World War II air stations across Canada. The museum is in stage 1 of redevelopment, which will see it restored to include the main hangar, medical building, chapel, H-hut aircrew barracks, motor pool building, canteen and interpretive center.

The museum contains several World War II aircraft, displays of navigation, pilot, bombardier, ground crew and transport equipment, various artifacts and a gift shop. The Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum is on the Canadian Register of Historic Places.
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  • My wife and we’re fortunate today to each go up in the Harvard while it was in Winnipeg for the Flyover event tomorrow. This was very special to us as my father was a aircraft technician while in...  more »
  • Interesting museum. Learned a number of interesting facts that I did not know before. Liked the old airplanes, cars, etc. "Parker" was very friendly and helpful. Admission was reasonable.  more »
  • Fantastic place to see and experience a slice of ww2 history. There is a great display of original uniforms and items that give you a sense of how those who flew in the war lived. One of the hidden gems here is an original chalk board with original un-restored chalk and art from a school house during the mid-war tracking the students fundraising efforts for the war. Absolutely amazing story. In addition, there is the usual historical aircraft, some still running, and vehicles from the time. There is a static aircraft that is available for walk though and cockpit sit down experience. Toddlers will enjoy 'flying' one of the 2 pedal planes around the hangar to each exhibit. Although not the largest museum, a great experience worth every dollar. Don't miss the memorial walk on your way out.
  • Absolutely amazing staff! Some of the friendliest people I've ever met run this place and make it an absolute joy to visit. If you are in the area, check this place out for sure!!
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