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An orange circle at the center represents being together in a spirit of reconciliation. The orange represents truth-telling and healing. An orange narwhal on the lower left of the circle represents the Inuit. An orange eagle at the top of the circle represents the First Nations. A beaded flower on the right side of the circle represents Metis peoples. White stars at the top of the circle represent the children who never made it home from residential schools. Orange smoke encloses the bottom of the circle.

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation 2022

A young girl wearing aviator goggles, a white scarf and a brown aviator helmet sits in front of a float plane in the museum. She has a brown stuffed dog in her hand and her arms are outstretched as though she is flying.

School Programs

In-person and virtual school programs help ingenuity take flight.

A tiny stylized yellow airplane flies across the sky, towards the right. It leaves a solid line behind it, which curves a few times through the space underneath. Below, realistic white clouds stand out against a dark blue background.

Eyes on the Skies

Explore how air traffic is managed in Canada at our new exhibit!

Inside the Canada Aviation and Space Museum, a child sits on top of the shoulders of an adult. The child is extending their arms, and an airplane is visible in a background display.

One Membership, Three Museums

An Ingenium membership opens the door to discovery at all three of Canada’s museums of science and innovation!

Hours and Location


A woman holding a child, each wearing a mask. In the background, you can see museum exhibitions in soft focus.

Advanced ticketing is strongly recommended.

To ensure a safe and enjoyable visit for our visitors and staff, masks are not mandatory but recommended.

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Collection Highlights

Lockheed CC-130E Hercules

Artifact no.: 2016.0005

Lockheed CC-130E Hercules

A heavy-duty transport aircraft designed by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation for the United States Air Force (USAF) in the early 1950s.

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From the Channel

Projects & Initiatives

Learn more about the Legacy Series
The Legacy Series