A helpful selection of answers to some of our most commonly asked questions.

Can’t find the answer to your question? Feel free to reach out and contact us

We’re open 10 am – 5 pm, 7 days a week.

Ticket prices can be found here.

We also offer very affordable annual passes if you plan to visit multiple times throughout the year.

We’ve decided to make admission complimentary for Indigenous peoples in the spirit of economic reconciliation. 

Parking fees are $5.00 for up to four hours. These fees support our education programs.
If you are an annual pass holder, the fee is $4.00.

Weekends are our busiest time. We host a lot of school groups on weekdays throughout the school year, so if you’re hoping to come when it’s quieter, please give us a call and we’ll let you know what days might be best. 

We don’t have a full restaurant, but we have a coffee counter where you can purchase beverages and light snacks. 

No, but we have plenty of communal spaces where you can enjoy your own food or items purchased at our cafe.

Yes! Please tag us on social media if you share them!

Yes, we offer one FREE public tour each day at 1:45 pm.

Yes, please contact Julie Chapko for pricing and to book.

We provide motorized scooters and wheelchairs free of charge. Service dogs are welcome!

Unlimited visits for a whole year

10% discount at the Boutique and in our coffee shop

Reduced parking fees

Invitation to member-only special events

Discounts on event rentals

The hangar building on Ferry Road was torn down after we moved out in 2018. 

Yes, we have space in front of the museum where you can park for a few minutes to make a purchase from the Landing Zone Boutique.

Yes! Visit our online store here.

Right now, our e-commerce store has a limited selection compared to our boutique. We’re working to enhance it in the coming months!

Yes! Call or email to let us know which items you’re interested and we’ll provide you with a quote that includes shipping costs.