Welcome to the Comox Air Force Museum. Our hours are 10 am to 4 pm, Tuesday to Sunday.

We look forward to your visit

Welcome to the Comox Air Force Museum. Museum hours are 10 am to 4 pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Admission is by donation. Our website allows you to explore our collections, learn about 19 Wing historical aircraft, and keep up to date on the latest news and events. Parking is available on site and RV parking is available across the street, behind Canex. We are continuing to work on our site, so check back often for new content. We welcome feedback, so please contact us if there is anything you would like to see added here.

Some of the things you can find at our museum

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  • Our Museum

    The Comox Air Force Museum: 19 Wing Comox and West Coast Canadian Military Aviation History. Located at the historic and operational 19 Wing Comox, our Museum records the history and heritage of all of Canada’s Air Forces, from the short-lived Royal Flying Corps of Canada (1917-1918) and Canadian Air Force (1918-1924) through the glory years […]

  • Our Collections

    Our self-guided tour begins at the dawn of Military Aviation in WWI, loops through WWII, Korea, the Cold War and United Nations Peacekeeping before reaching our Squadron section. Try out our CF-101 Voodoo ejection seat and get an up close and personal view of an Argus Wright 3350, 18 cylinder engine, before taking a seat […]

  • Heritage Air Park

    The Comox Air Force Museum is the proud host of a Heritage Air Park, located near the museum approximately 500 meters south along Little River Rd/Military Row (the map says Little River Road, the signs say Military Row). Free Parking can be found across from the Base Chapel in the gravel parking lot located beside the Heritage Park. Note: The Heritage Air Park is now open for the season.

Some recent news and events

Keep in touch with what's going on at our museum. View all of our news and events
  • DON’T THROW THAT OUT!

    DON’T THROW THAT OUT!! BRING IN YOUR RCAF MEMORABILIA TO THE MUSEUM!   Our Museum was recently gifted with an original set of letters that were written by Lloyd Peter Hedley, a young man from Canfield, Ontario, and a member of the RCAF during WWII. How did the letters end up here, on the west […]

  • Hornby Islanders discover details of heroic relative at museum

    Posted Aug 18, 2014 at 12:00 PM Bobby Waters was not quite 14 years old when he saved the life of a pilot whose aircraft had crashed and burned near the air force base in Comox in 1952. Two years later, former governor general of Canada Vincent Massey presented Bobby with the George Medal for bravery at a […]

  • Skane’s Family Visit

    Sometimes there just aren’t enough hours in the day or enough charge in the cell phone’s. Last Wednesday the Skane’s family dropped by near the end of the day. The kids were having a great time in the Library playing with the planes and dressing up, but the family’s cell phone was dead and they […]