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This is a great little museum if you like old planes. It is located on the main street in Nanton. Admission to the museum building is by donation. There are two planes displayed outside the building on stands so you can walk under them and...More
We dropped by Nanton to see the Lancaster Bomber and we totally amazed with this museum. It is fantastic and rivals anything you would see in a big city. The exhibits are spotless and what I really liked were the personal stories of the men...More
We had often driven past this museum on our way back from Calgary and finally decided to stop with friends visiting from the UK. We were very pleasantly surprised at the depth and breadth of this museum and could have spent more than the two...More
Not on the beaten path, away from a historic war zone, staffed by volunteers. This museum is a credit to all those involved in its genesis and day-to-day running.
If you are visiting Alberta, even if you are not turned on by war history, this...More
If you are anywhere near southern Alberta you must visit this piece of history. Today they fired up all 4 huge motors, the sound was deafening. Trying to imagine a field of these beasts ready to take to the skies was mind boggling. For fans...More
We attended the Lancaster run-up and were very impressed. The museum is interactive and pretty much without restriction in that you could wander just about anywhere. There are some amazing displays of war-time planes. A must-visit.
We love going on a day trip to Nanton and visiting the Bomber Command Museum. On this occasion we took a family member from out of country whose father was a pilot and he thoroughly enjoyed it as much as we always do. The Lancaster...More