Daily Activities

CASM
Canada Aviation and Space Museum
Jan 12, 2019 - Feb 17, 2019
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (closed Tuesdays)
Daily Activities
When
Days
Monday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Times
10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (closed Tuesdays)
Fee
Included with admission
Language
Bilingual

To help visitors make the most of their visit, the Museum offers a variety of regular programming. Children and adults alike will enjoy these family-friendly activities.

Tours

Explore the Museum’s world-renowned collection in one of three ways:

Hang Glider Studio

This special activity area is the perfect place for families with young children. Enjoy LEGO®, puzzles, puppets, and more.

Cockpit Interpretation Centre

Want the experience of flight but prefer to keep your feet on the ground? Here is your chance to sit at the controls of an aircraft without taking off! Friendly, knowledgeable Museum staff will assist you in boarding one of two cockpits:

  • the Tutor (CT-114)
  • the MIG-21

Cessna 150 Cockpit

Sit at the controls of a Cessna 150. Practise takeoffs and landings, and get a feel for what it’s like to fly this popular civilian airplane.

Flight Simulators

The Museum offers two flight simulators, open to the public at an additional cost. Climb aboard a replica of an F-16 cockpit and test your flight skills! Or, try the Redbird full-motion platform simulator, used to train pilots around the world.

Children’s Activities

Take part in a specially designed children’s program, daily at 11 am. Programs will vary during the week. Specific programs are scheduled for weekends. For more information go to https://ingeniumcanada.org/aviation/whats-on/children-programming.php.

Demonstrations

Ejection Seat Demonstration

Weekdays at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m., and weekends at 2 p.m.
Learn how an ejection seat can save a pilot’s life.

Breathing on Mars

Weekends at 12 p.m.
Could humans breathe on Mars? Learn what the atmosphere on Mars is made of.

Between the Planets

between the planets

Weekends at 3 p.m.
Find out what comets, asteroids and meteorites have in common.