UPDATE: MUSEUM TEMPORARILY CLOSED DURING ALBERTA’S MANDATORY LOCKDOWN
Online Ticket Admission Sales May Resume March 2021 (Stay Tuned)
Visit the Alberta Aviation Museum
The Alberta Aviation Museum is open to the public with limited capacity. It is recommended that visitors purchase a timed entry ticket online, prior to arriving at the museum.
Visitors over the age of two are required to wear a face mask inside the Alberta Aviation Museum. Under City of Edmonton bylaw 19408, face coverings must be worn at all times while in indoor public spaces, effective August 1, 2020. Please visit the City of Edmonton website for details.
We are taking great care to ensure the safety of our visitors, staff, and the public.
Reducing days and hours of operation (Thursday – Sunday)
Limiting capacity numbers for the building (50 per scheduled timeslot)
Admission through timed entry tickets is available for purchase online, to control capacity and allow contactless purchasing.
Removing hands-on interactives and closing high-touch spaces. This includes the temporary closure of our flight simulators.
Providing access to hand sanitizer and hand washing throughout our facility.
Increasing cleaning and disinfecting throughout our facility.
Please click here to review our complete COVID-19 protocols for your next visit to the Alberta Aviation Museum
|Days Open||Hours Open||Timeslots|
|Thursdays, Fridays||10:00 am – 4:00 pm||Morning and Afternoon Timeslots (4 hours)|
|Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays||10:00 am – 5:00 pm||Morning and Afternoon Timeslots (4 -5 hours)|
Students & Seniors (60+) $12.00
Youth (13-17) $10.50
Children (6-12) $9.50
Family Pass* $37.50
Military Individual**: $7.50
Military Family**: $18.75
*Includes 2 Adults and up to four children under 18. Children 5 and under are free.
**Must present military service card.
Museum Membership (November 1, 2020)
Starting November 1st, consider purchasing a 2021 Museum membership. Not only will you and your family gain free, unlimited access to the museum, but there are many other perks such as private aircraft seating opportunities, discounts, and more!
Getting Here and Nearby Amenities
Alberta Aviation Museum
11410 Kingsway NW
Edmonton, AB T5G 0X4
The Alberta Aviation Museum is within walking distance of major transit centres, LRT Stations, and area bus stops. Visit www.takeets.com to plan your trip today.
NAIT Station (LRT): Stop #1116 Kingsway Transit Centre: Stops #1100 – #1113 Museum Bus Stops: #1849 and #1900
Routes: 502 (LRT Metro Line)
Routes: 502 (LRT Metro Line) 8, 9, 12, 125, 143, 309, 560
NAIT Station (LRT):
Kingsway Transit Centre:
Stops #1100 – #1113
Museum Bus Stops:
#1849 and #1900
The museum’s historic airplane hangar currently does not have food services. However, patrons can take full advantage or our neighbouring restaurants and fast-food establishments for you and your family’s needs.
Exhibits Currently on Display:
Our museum boasts a collection of over 30 aircraft spanning multiple decades. The museum occasionally hosts travelling exhibits throughout the year.
Special exhibits (Stay Tuned)
Programs and Services:
|Programs and Camps||Community Events||Tours and Restoration||Facility Rentals||School Programs||Gift Shop|
Discovery Backpack Program (Coming Soon)
Open Cockpit Day (Coming 2021)
|Theory of Flight Program||Gift Shop|
Before You Visit
Bag and Food Policy
For the security preservation of our exhibits, no bags or outside food are permitted in the museum.
The Alberta Aviation Museum is accessible for visitors using wheelchairs and other mobility devices. A limited number of wheelchairs are available for loan in the lobby free of charge. For further assistance or inquiries, contact Visitor Services at 780-451-1175 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Washroom facilities are located near both the front and back of our museum facility. Baby changing tables and wheelchair accessible toilets are available in our rear washroom facilities.
How long does it take to tour the Alberta Aviation Museum?
A self-guided tour usually takes 1-2 hours for most patrons.
Can I take pictures in the museum?
Yes, we encourage the photography of our collection as long as patrons remain outside of the museum exhibit barriers.
Professional photography sessions such as wedding/engagement shoots, film productions, commercial and close-up photography MUST be booked in advance. Click Here for more information on booking photography and filming sessions at the museum.
Can we sit in any of the aircraft?
Due to the fragility of our historical artifacts, most access into our aircraft is closed to the public. However, we do allow scheduled, supervised access during our annual Open Cockpit Day (Fall 2021) and throughout the year as a benefit of Museum Membership. (Starting 2021)
Once Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted, patrons can have access to the fuselage of our resident Beechcraft Expeditor 3NM (Model 18). Stay tuned to our website for updates.
Are Kids Free?
Admission is free for kids 5 and under. For all others, please see our admission rates.