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Background SpacerNo. 6 RCAF Dunnville Museum

The former Dunnville Airport was built during World War II to house the No. 6 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.  The No. 6 SFTS officially opened on November 25, 1940 and closed December 1, 1944.  A total of 2,436 pilots from Canada, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand and the United States trained here.  Through memorabilia, photographs, vintage aircraft and equipment of the era, visitors gain a sense of what it was like for young men to train at the No. 6 SFTS before serving in the European Theatre of World War II.  The Museum features extensive displays of artifacts, vintage aircraft of the type used at the No. 6 and other training bases, a large library and a Memorial Garden than honours the men who lost their lives while training at the No. 6 SFTS.

Hours of Operation: 

The museum is open weekends and holidays from Victoria Day weekend to Labour Day weekend.
Saturday Noon to 5:00 pm, Sunday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, and Remembrance Day Noon to 4:00 pm.  

Open Year Round:  Tuesdays 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Weekday, school and group tours can be arranged by appointment. 

Admission: Donations appreciated.

Hangar No.1 at the Dunnville Airport, 6 km S of Dunnville on County Road 11.

Address:  536 Port Maitland Road Dunnville
P:  905-701-7223
dunnvillem@gmail.com
www.rcafmuseum.org  

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