Open Cockpit Day

  • July 20, 2024 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
  • Saskatchewan Aviation Museum

    5 Hangar Road
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7L 5X4
Ticket Price (CAD) $19.19 Buy Tickets
Description

Join us in the festivities where alongside commemorating this monumental occasion, we’re offering an exciting opportunity to experience aviation history up close. As part of our fundraiser event, attendees can indulge in delicious hamburgers, refreshing pop, and crispy chips, all included with admissions. In addition to our regular tours, visitors will have the exclusive chance to climb into the pilot seat of two iconic aircraft: the Harvard Mk IV, a trainer aircraft used extensively in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan during World War II, and the Canso PBY-5A amphibious patrol bomber, brought to us by the Fairview Aircraft Restoration Society.

Immerse yourself in the thrill of sitting at the flight controls, capturing timeless pictures and selfies while soaking in the essence of a “mission briefing.” Don’t miss this unique chance to make memories and honor the legacy of the RCAF and the BCATP!

  • Climb into the pilot seat of the Harvard Mk IV and the Canso PBY-5A aircraft
  • Discover the Top Gun in your family in our Tracker “Submarine Hunter” Simulator.
  • Hop into a Grumman Tracker, Cessna 337, deHavilland Tracker Fire Fighter, and Bell 204 Helicopter for epic pics.
  • Dive into the different exhibits, aircraft, artifacts, and restoration projects that call our museum home.
  • Per Person Admission + Meal | $17
    Child | FREE (2 and under) NO MEAL

When: July 20, 2024 | 10am – 2pm
Where: 5 Hangar Rd, Saskatoon

This is the third of four Open Cockpit Days this year. Join us to honor a century of aviation and national defense. Mark your calendar and celebrate the bravery and innovation that defined an era. See you on July 20th!

Date & Time

Sat., Jul. 20, 2024 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Venue Details

Saskatchewan Aviation Museum

5 Hangar Road
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7L 5X4 Saskatchewan Aviation Museum