Greenwood Military Aviation Museum
WEDNESDAY: 10 AM - 4 PM
THURSDAY: 10 AM - 4 PM
FRIDAY: 10 AM - 4 PM
SATURDAY: 10 AM - 4 PM
Visit us at: 1 Ward Road, Box 786, Greenwood, NS B0P 1N0
Following COVID-19 safety guidelines, masks are recommended within the Museum and social distancing is asked of visitors.
If building is at full capacity, the museum grounds are open for touring, as well as the option to call or email ahead of time with a large group or for a formal tour.
(1 Ward Road)
The Greenwood Military Aviation Museum is located just outside the main gate at 14 Wing Greenwood in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley. Its mandate is to capture, preserve and interpret the history and heritage of Station/Base/14 Wing Greenwood and its units (formed overseas in 1941), and from its birth as an RAF Station in 1942 as an Operational Training Base within the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan during WW II, until present day operations. Six distinct ever-changing areas can be seen inside the 10,000 square foot complex and 6,000 square foot extension (featuring WW II aircraft). The outdoor Air Park displays nine different aircraft types flown at Greenwood, from a wartime Lancaster to today's Aurora. Three other aircraft and various projects are in various restoration phases, with the majority of work being completed by Museum volunteers. Admission to all venues is FREE, although donations are gratefully accepted, and tax receipts will be presented on request (certain limits apply). Shop the Museum Store, do research in the library and enjoy the opportunity to take a step back in time.
Phone - 902 765 1494 Ext 5955