Aviation Museum & Learning Centre

2020 Rust Remover Seminar Oct. 31 & Nov. 7

ME109 Messerschmitt

The newest feature at our museum, this ME109 Messerschmitt was a one of the fastest and deadliest fighters to come out of Nazi Germany during the second world war. This one is currently being restored by Don Bradshaw, a retired aviation engineer in Saskatoon Saskatchewan. The Messerschmitt will be on display with the museum until at least spring 2021, so don’t miss out! Come in and see it today!

We exist to share the history of aviation in Saskatchewan & inspire visitors of all ages.

From the early “bush planes” to the “Yellow Wing” trainer’s of World War II, we strive to remember our aviation pioneers. Volunteers restore and conserve aircraft, document artifacts and photographs, keeping once-commonplace skills and manufacturing techniques from vanishing.

Pop by to browse the museum or book a guided tour for yourself, a group, or a class of students. Discover a wealth of history in our aircraft hangar, displays and flight simulators. The museum offers an up close and personal experience with the aircraft that have shaped Saskatchewan’s and Canada’s history, both civilian and decommissioned military aircraft from a variety of eras.

New additions & Updates 

1940’s German Messerschmitt ME109

This ME109 is being re-built by retired aviation engineer Don Bradshaw (Don) of Saskatoon Sk. Don has been working to rebuild the Messerschmitt ME109 for the past (2013) seven years with the help of Kermit Weeks, a private airplane collector in Florida. Though there’s...

Restoration Project: A 1950’s Cessna 180 Floatplane

Updates on Project November 2019: With 2 wrecked fuselages and other used/damaged parts to build a replica Cessna 180 model plane, the project begins! Tom Coates and Dorrin Wallace were instrumental in obtaining repurposed/damaged parts. As well, an experienced...

Cherry Red Airline Ltd

Cherry Red Airline, also known as the Cherry Air Service, was the first airline in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. The company founded by Norman Cherry and H. Holroyde in 1928. Cherry had noticed an unmet demand for transportation services by mines in Saskatchewan...

Cessna Skymaster 337 (C-FUEO)

The one plane the Learning Centre Children can climb into, all at once. It’s a Play Center! The Cessna Skymaster is a United States twin-engine civil utility aircraft built in a push-pull configuration. Its engines are mounted in the nose and rear of its pod-style...

Aircraft Grid Steering Compass – Type P8

The grid steering compasses (Type P8 to Type P11) were fitted in World War II era aircraft. They were used for course setting and reading, and as a check compass on aircraft fitted with a remote indicating compass. The compass body rests in an alcohol liquid and rests...

The “Dead Penny”

The Memorial Plaque was issued after the First World War (WWI) to the next-of-kin of all British and Empire service personnel who were killed. The plaque 4.75 inches (120 mm) in diameter, were cast in bronze and came to be known as the "Dead Man’s Penny", because of...

Fairchild F-56 Aerial Camera

This camera may be the actual camera in the photo of the Vickers Vedette on the west wall, above this table. A type of aircraft used in Northern Saskatchewan for map-making purposes in the 1920’s. However, this camera’s purpose was originally used for damage...

Bubble Sextant

A.M. (Air Ministry) Bubble Sextant - Mark IX 6B/151 (Brit Pats 48012 – 490621) Manufactured by Henry Hughes & Sons (Britain). The instrument is intended for use on aircraft for the purpose of navigation obtaining the altitude of the sun or other celestial body....

M & C Aviation Co Ltd

M & C Aviation was founded in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in 1930 by private pilots Richmond Mayson and Angus Campbell. They soon moved their firm to Prince Albert, where it flew chartered flights into northern Saskatchewan. This bush-flying firm survived the Great...

Saskatchewan Government Airways (SGA)

Saskatchewan Government Airways – the government owned commercial airline, was formed through Order In Council No. 1200/47 on August 15, 1947. The governments goal was to use aircraft to open the province's vast north to develop the northern half of the province, the...

Summer Hours

(May 1 to Sept 30)
Open 7 days a week
Daily 9am to 4pm

Winter Hours

(October 1 to April 30)
Open Wed – Sat 9am to 4pm
Closed to visitors Oct 31st and Nov 3rd for Rust Remover.
Prearranged group tours available upon request on closed days.

Admission (+GST)

  • Adults | $10
  • Children | $5 (6-12 yo)
  • Preschool Children (<5yo) | Free
  • Family | $20 (parents or guardians & dependent children <18yo)
  • Groups | 10+ people, please phone ahead

Upcoming Events

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2020 Rust Remover

The Saskatchewan Aviation Museum & Learning Centre is hosting a MOT sanctioned RUST REMOVER clinic to help pilots brush off the rust from their flying and knowledge. Please join us Saturday, October 31, 2020. Due to the pandemic space is limited to 25...

Friday BBQ Lunches!

We are once again hosting Friday lunch BBQ burgers this summer. Come on by for a visit and grab a burger between 11:30 and 1:30. Don’t know what will be better – the burger or the company!

Yes, some of our birds fly!

View Saskatoon from the seat of a vintage WWII biplane. Fly our WWII DH82 Tiger Moth over Saskatoon. The experience of a lifetime, you will never forget flying this iconic aircraft! Tiger Moths were one of the first airplanes flown by almost every Royal Canadian Air Force pilot in WWII. Be it a Birthday, Retirement, a Special Occasion, or “Just because”, the perfect gift for any aviation enthusiast!


One of the best ways to preserve Saskatchewan’s Aviation history for our future generations is by your membership. Receive discounts and special offeers!


Get a unique glimpse at the artifacts amassed in the museum and help offer an engaging experience to visitors through educational programming and archival  collections.


Donating ensures that this interactive facility remains an aviation education centre celebrating Saskatchewan’s rich aviation history and major attraction for our province.  

Our Donors & Partners

The Saskatchewan Aviation Museum & Learning Centre would like to thank these individuals and organizations for their generous support. Their financial contributions helps us in our mission to keep Saskatchewan and Canada’s aviation history alive.


Tom & Bev Coates


Garry & Bonita Thompson

Westwind Aviation

Gary L Redhead

Fraser & Lorna Sutherland