- The North Atlantic Aviation Museum highlights Gander's central role in development of transatlantic flight.
- The Museum is home to North America's last intact Lockheed Hudson bomber, one of only a handful remaining worldwide.
- Steel recovered from New York City's Twin Towers highlights a display on Gander's response following the 9/11 terror attacks.
- Inside the Museum is a fully-restored 1930s-era deHavilland Tiger Moth biplane.
- Visitors are invited to shop for unique aviation-related giftware, collectibles, toys and books.
North Atlantic Aviation Museum
Jan 5 - Dec 24
#1 attraction on TripAdvisor in Gander! A variety of artifacts and displays chronicling Gander's role in development of transatlantic aviation, from the 1930s through 9/11, including steel recovered from the World Trade Center Twin Towers. Airframes include a 1940s canvas-covered Tiger Moth biplane, North America's last intact Lockheed Hudson Bomber and other military and civilian aircraft. Aircraft engines, machine guns, uniforms and interactive displays. Flight simulator and gift shop on-site.
Locations & Dates
- 135 Route 1, Gander
- 48.9523, -54.6227
- Jan 5 - Dec 24
Adults $8, seniors/youth/students $7, military/veterans $6, child (5 and under) free. Group rates available.
- American Express
- Seniors Rates