Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum
|Location||Halifax, Nova Scotia|
It is the only museum devoted to preserving all aspects of Atlantic Canada's aviation heritage.
The museum was established in 1975 by a volunteer organization named the Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum Society. ACAM was granted "Local Museum" status by the Government of Nova Scotia in 1989. The museum is currently the largest civilian and military aviation museum east of Ottawa, Ontario.
- CF-101 Voodoo
- TBM Avenger
- CF-100 Canuck
- CF-104 Starfighter
- Consolidated Catalina (under restoration)
- F-86 Sabre
- CP-121 Tracker
- Cessna L-19 Bird Dog
- CF-5A Freedom Fighter
- Lockheed Jetstar
- V-1 Flying Bomb.
- Canadair Argus (nose)
- Pitts Special
- Bell 47 J helicopter
- Bell 206 Jet Ranger
- Rotorway Homebuilt Helicopter
- Lincoln sport plane (home built)
- Scamp 1 ultralight (home built)
ACAM's collection contains exhibits of civilian and military aircraft, as well as engines, weapons, uniforms, and photos.
The museum volunteers perform all restoration work for aircraft on site.
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