- 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 MuseumGander
#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, gift shop, Wi-Fi.
Locations & Dates
- 135 Trans Canada Highway, Gander
- 48.9524, -54.6216
- Jan 5 - Dec 24, 2019
- $8 adults, $7 seniors/youth, $7 students, $6 military/veteran, 5 and under are free. Please call or visit our website for group rates and to book.
- American Express
- Seniors Rates