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Great War Flying Museum

13691 McLaughlin Rd, Caledon, Ontario L7C 2B2, Canada
+1 905-838-4936
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Since I last visited the Great War Flying Museum, the museum itself has undergone an enormous... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2017
Countrygirl6841
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Caledon, Ontario
The new Museum is amazing! Great Job everyone

The entire Museum is made up of Volunteers all working hard to keep the only World War 1 flying... read more

Reviewed 15 July 2016
Patti K
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Caledon, Canada
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13691 McLaughlin Rd, Caledon, Ontario L7C 2B2, Canada
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Reviewed 15 March 2017

Since I last visited the Great War Flying Museum, the museum itself has undergone an enormous change. It is very well organized, and has even more memorabilia. This time we had a tour from a young man named Doug who took us through the hangar...More

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Reviewed 15 July 2016

The entire Museum is made up of Volunteers all working hard to keep the only World War 1 flying planes is in top shape as well as the history behind aviation in WW1. It has been just recently completed and I had the opportunity for...More

Thank Patti K
Reviewed 1 September 2015

If you travel to the Brampton Flying Club, the Great war Flying Museum is on the airport, just as you drive in on the right. They are generally open Sat. and Sun. They have a number of WW1 aircraft. These aircraft are built by the...More

1  Thank Domenico B
Reviewed 25 August 2015

Stopped in here on a whim. Very pleased to see that on certain days of the week, I can only confirm Thursdays, they are open to the public. A small donation is appreciated by the many friendly members who are available to answer your questions...More

1  Thank Tom C
Reviewed 4 July 2015 via mobile

Went to the museum with kids. Turns out it was closed for renovations. Got to "hang out" in the hanger instead. An older gentleman showed us around. Got to see them making the planes. He said they will be flying them after labour day. Hope...More

Thank jamesgL8145YO
Reviewed 2 September 2014

As we watched a couple of World War I planes fly past the museum hangar, I couldn’t help but remember the song from the old movie, Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines. The guys fixing the planes in the workshop like to talk about...More

1  Thank gentlemansportion
Reviewed 11 July 2014

Visited the museum recently and enjoyed the replica planes from WW1. Really great to see history preserved. Great place to visit.

1  Thank Countrygirl6841
Reviewed 14 June 2014

I really enjoyed the Great War Flying Museum, amazing to imagine yourself in these flying machines back in the early 1900's. My grand father was wounded in one in Belgium, 1917.

1  Thank Docjames
Reviewed 4 August 2013

We always enjoyed taking sons there when they were young. They loved seeing the old planes and their Dad answering questions on the vintage planes.

1  Thank Heidi1952_13
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