A Permanent Home – On October 7, 1984, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II officially opened the brand-new museum. A number of other honours and milestones were received and achieved in the ensuing years:

  • The Mayor’s Volunteer Service Award was received in 1992.
  • Our Skyways children’s interactive play area opened in 1994.
  • In 1995, the museum hosted the International Civil Aviation Organization award ceremony, which named James A. Richardson as the person most influential in developing Canada’s aviation industry, which was attended by representatives from all levels of government.


5 things to look forward to at RAM this summer

Who else feels like summer is officially here? The next few months will be busy, busy, busy, and fun, fun, fun! We’ve got some returning events, visiting aircraft, and exciting news about our F-86 Sabre fighter jet restoration. Here are …

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Rev up your summer—volunteer as an Aviation Ambassador   

Summer is a busy and exciting time at the Royal Aviation Museum and we rely on our volunteers more than ever. We welcome visitors from all over the world who come to Winnipeg to experience our vibrant cultural scene. Over …

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