The only one of its kind in Quebec, the Montreal Aviation Museum is dedicated to preserving our rich aeronautical history with a particular focus on Quebec contributions. Founded by Godfrey Stewart Pasmore in 1998 and housed in the historical "Old Stone Barn" at Macdonald Campus, the museum presents the history of civil and military aviation through its 5 aircrafts, artifacts and memorabilia as well as remarkable paintings by renowned Canadian artists. It is also possible to attend conferences and organize tours for schools, seniors and businesses.
The Montreal Aviation Museum is a community oriented, non-profit organization and has the full support of many established cultural and educational organizations, including the Canada Aviation Museum and McGill University. The MAM's mission is to raise the public's awareness of the contributions made by Canadians in the field of aviation, with particular attention given to those having a Quebec connection.
Aircraft restoration & reconstruction projects in progress:
- Blériot XI “Le Scarabée” (1909)
- Fairchild FC-2 (1927)
- Curtiss Reid Rambler (1928)
- Noorduyn Norseman (1935)
- Bristol Bolingbroke (1942)
- Fleet Canuck #80 (1947)
Campus Macdonald de l’Université McGill
21 111, chemin Lakeshore
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue (Québec) H9X 3V9
How to get there?
Summer schedule (June 21st to September 3rd, 2019): Friday to Tuesday from 10 am to 3 pm
Regular schedule: Saturday to Tuesday from 10 am to 3 pmAdmission (credit and debit cards accepted)
- Adults: $ 8
- Students: $ 8
- Children: $ 5