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School and Group Visits



Bomber Command Museum of Canada

Guidelines for Private Groups




     The Bomber Command Museum welcomes visits by private groups. Our museum's aircraft and related artifacts, aviation art, and interpretive displays are of interest to visitors of all ages.
     Please keep in mind that our museum is a volunteer operated, non-government facility that relies on admission charges, donations, and gift shop sales for our operations.
     Many combine tours of our museum with visits to Fort Macleod, the Bar U National Historic Site, the Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Interpretive Centre, the Frank Slide Interpretive Centre, and to the Museum of Miniatures in Nanton.



FACILITIES

  • extensive parking areas
  • guided tours (optional)
  • gift shop
  • wheelchair accessibility
  • theatre
  • picnic tables, park, and playground adjacent to the museum
  • (no restaurant or coffee shop on site)




  • PLANNING YOUR VISIT

         Private Group visits are by reservation only (two weeks advance notice is required with confirmation 48 hours prior to arrival).
         Reservations may be made by telephone (403-646-2270) or by inserting the required information into the downloadable form below and returning it to the museum (by fax or mail).

    We ask for the following information:
    • Number of visitors
    • Any special needs?
    • Date of visit
    • Arrival time
    • Duration of visit
    • Would you like a guided tour?
    • How long would you like the guided tour portion of your visit to be?
    • We will confirm receipt of your request by telephone or email.



    ADMISSION CHARGES

  • $3.00 per person
  • $5.00 per person (includes guided tour)
  • Payment may be made in advance or upon arrival by cash, credit card, debit or cheque made payable to the Bomber Command Museum of Canada.




      Download
    Private Visit Registration Form




    Bomber Command Museum of Canada