AAA Editor Notes
Canadian Museum of Flight is at Hangar 3, 5333 216th St., at the Langley airport. The museum, which is devoted to restoring, preserving and showcasing the history of Canadian aviation, features a collection of more than 25 aircraft, both static and flying.
Aircraft include a World War II Handley Page Hampden bomber (said to be the only one on display in the world), a Lockheed T-33 Silver Star trainer, helicopters and jets. The aircraft and artifacts displayed represent Canada's aviation heritage 1909 to the present day. Exhibits are inside and outside; dress according to weather.
Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.