Aviation Museum & Learning Centre
2020 Rust Remover Seminar Oct. 31 & Nov. 7
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
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!
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
Gary L Redhead
Fraser & Lorna Sutherland