NO. 6 RCAF Museum Dunnville


Lions Home & Garden Show

Fri. & Sat., April 21 & 22

Visit our display at the Dunnville Memorial Arena

Opening of Summer Season

We start our summer season hours on Victoria Day weekend, Sat., May 20.  Hours on Saturday are 10am -5pm.  Other hours are shown on the Contact Us Web page.

Giant Yard Sale - Museum Fundraiser

Sat., May 20 (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Sun., May 21 (10 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Mon., May 22 (10 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Drop off donation in Hangar 1 (no clothing, please)  For information, call Jack Murphy (905-774-3068)


 Over The Hill Concert

Sun., June 4 (2pm - 4pm)  Come out and enjoy an afternoon of gospel and country music performed by "Over the Hill". 
Snacks  and beverages will be available. Tickets ($10 per person) will be available at Art Service Office Supply, Dunnville, 
at the Museum, and by reservation (call 905-774-3068).

2017 Open House
Sat., July 8 (10 am - 3 pm)
Vintage aircraft, heritage displays, crafters, Museum tours, Dunnville Cruisers Car Club, antique car flea market, food and more. Admission by donation.  

At 11:00 a.m. there will be a Memorial Service at the Harvard Memorial Garden to remember those no longer with us, and to dedicate the new Memorial Stones.  

A Chicken BBQ dinner will be available at 4 p.m. to those holding tickets.  Tickets cost $15 and are available from Museum members.

Museum will open for Summer hours on May 20

Our Saturday, Sunday and Holiday hours are shown on the Contact Us Web page. We are also open Tuesday mornings all year long from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. You can arrange a tour by sending an email through the Contact Us page or by calling 905-701-7223.

Second Annual Yard Sale

For the 2nd year we will have a gigantic Yard Sale on May 20, 21 and 22.  On May 20 the Sale will run from 8 a.m until 5 p.m.  On the 21st and 22nd the Sale will run from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Copies of recent Museum Newsletters now available on the Web site.

Any one interested in newsletters since February 2015 can access those through the News page. 

Records of No. 6 SFTS Trainees

The Museum records of pilot trainees has been converted to searchable digital files to facilitate the search for student names in response to requests from family members. We also have the details of the 47 men who died while training at the No. 6 SFTS, as well as a book detailing every member of the RCAF who died during WW II.  Send requests using the email form on the Contact Us page.

Fatalities at No. 6 SFTS

Details of the 47 fatalities while the base was in operation as a training facility are available by clicking on this link.  

Links to other WW II Aircraft heritage sites are provided at the end of the Tour page.