If you are looking for a fun and educational activity in Winnipeg, Manitoba, you might want to check out the Air Force Heritage Museum and Air Park. This attraction displays aircraft and artifacts related to the history of the Canadian Air Force, as well as memorials to those who served and trained under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. The air park has the largest permanent display of Canadian military aircraft in Canada. Here are some reasons why you should visit this amazing place.
The Outdoor Air Park
The outdoor air park is open 24/7, 365 days per year, so you can visit it anytime you want. It consists of 11 aircraft, including the only Challenger on exhibit in Canada. The Challenger was a prototype air transport that was used for VIP flights and scientific missions. You can also see other types of aircraft, such as fighters, trainers, helicopters and anti-submarine warfare planes. The park is located at 186 Air Force Way, Winnipeg, MB
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