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Grade 11

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Canada and the World in Flight

Students learn how aviation has profoundly influenced Canada’s evolution as a country in the twentieth century. Classes are guided through Canadian participation in world events to see how our nation has made significant pioneering contributions to the field of aviation. Students also explore the use of aircraft in Canada to meet the needs and demands of its citizens, and how this has had an impact on the building of the nation.

Format: Interactive guided tour
Cost: $4 per student ($90 minimum group fee)
Duration: 90 minutes

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General Guided Tour

Let our energetic guides take your students on a fascinating exploration through time! The Museum’s superb collection is brought to life with a first-class guided tour using anecdotes, human stories and incredible tales of adventure. Your students will be flying high! Tours are adapted to the age of the students.

Format: Interactive guided tour
Cost: $4 per student ($90 minimum group fee)
Duration: 75 minutes

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Self Guided Tour

Groups wishing to visit the Museum in an unstructured format are encouraged to divide students into small groups accompanied by adults. A scavenger hunt is available for some grades upon request during the registration process.

Cost: $2.25 per student ($33.75 minimum group fee)
Duration: Please allow one to two hours for your visit.

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Night FlightSleepover Program—Ages 5 to 18

How about a night of total fun at the Canada Aviation Museum! All your students need to bring is a sleeping bag, pillow, toothbrush, and a taste for extraordinary fun. We supply the adventure! They explore the Museum collection by flashlight, find out about aerodynamics through interactive demonstrations, practise on the controls of a Cessna 150, watch a film, sleep “under” the wings of an airplane, and more. The next morning your group will leave the Museum with a fantastic memory of a wonderful Night Flight! For out-of-town groups, Night Flight offers a fun, educational, and affordable accommodation solution!

Night Flight is a program for groups of kids ages 5 to 18 and is available throughout the week. The program schedule and content can be tailored to suit your needs, including curriculum objectives and scouting and guiding badges.

Things to bring

Typical Schedule

Please note that the times can vary depending on your time of arrival and the activities may vary based on the age group and/or the season. Your own schedule will be set during our phone conversation the week prior to your visit.

Please note (*)
Prices do not include meals or snacks. For information on catering options, please e-mail the Reservation Office at , and indicate “Night Flight Catering” in the subject box.

Format: Interactive guided tour and workshop
Cost: $24 per student, $11 per accompanying adult
Minimum fee: $450 per group (maximum 35 participants)
Duration: 6 p.m. to 9 a.m.

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Night Flight is part of the Museum’s Next Generation Program, sponsored by Pratt & Whitney Canada.

From the Ground Up!Evening Program—Ages 5 to 18

From the Ground Up! allows your group to enjoy the same activities and workshops as Night Flight without having the participants sleep over. Just like Night Flight, this program can be tailored to suit your needs, including curriculum objectives and scouting and guiding badges.

Typical Schedule

Please note that the times can vary depending on your time of arrival and the activities may vary based on the age group and/or the season. Your own schedule will be set during our phone conversation the week prior to your visit.

Please note (*)
Prices do not include meals or snacks. For information on catering options, please e-mail the Reservation Office at , and indicate “From the Ground Up! Catering” in the subject box.

Format: Interactive guided tour and workshop
Cost: $12 per student, $6 per accompanying adult
Minimum fee: $200 per group (maximum 35 participants)
Duration: 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Link to reservation form

From the Ground Up! is part of the Museum’s Next Generation Program, sponsored by Pratt & Whitney Canada.