Museum Washroom Renovation Campaign

The washrooms at the Alberta Aviation Museum are a little old. They are almost as old as the building. The Hangar was built in 1941 to house the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP). The original washrooms served the novice pilots and Air Observers before they left for Europe.

After World War II, the RCAF 418 squadron returned victorious and began to occupy our washrooms. Hangar 14 was a busy and unique building that was both double long, and double wide. During the post-war period, the Hangar saw some renovations, before it was turned over to a variety of other tenants, including a car dealership. But in 1991, the Edmonton Aviation Heritage Society (EAHS) took possession.

Washroom renovations occurred in subsequent years, but things have changed. From baby change tables, mobility issues and wheelchair access – we need updates!

Now, with your help we need to raise $120,000 dollars to assist in obtaining much needed upgrades and renovations

We all gotta go! Your donation will greatly help achieve our goals!

Toilet paper roll with fundraising markers leading up to $120,000. Marker is at $12,000