The Greenwood Military Aviation Museum consists of 4 buildings, an air park and gardens. The main part of the Museum is located in the Canex building and houses the displays and artifacts for public viewing. The extension that was added 2 years ago houses a fully restored Anson aircraft as well as a number of WWII artifacts. The restoration and warehouse share the one building but are in separate areas. The VPI Centre is a facility that is shared by the Museum and VP International.

 The Gardens in front of the VPI Centre has a number of monuments and memorials related to Greenwood aviation along with over 400 commemorative stones of individuals.

 The Air Park currently displays 9 aircraft that flew from Greenwood along with Ground Support Equipment, an Air Traffic Control Radar and an Observation Tower. Recently a Challanger, Hercules and Arcturus aircraft was added to the Air Park..

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