The museum had a Tyvek wall installed on top of the block wall that divides hangar 1 in half. The Tyvek goes all the way up to the hangar ceiling to block drafts and keep birds out of the museum.
Artifacts and training aircraft from the No. 6 Service Flying Training School (SFTS). From left to right: a Tiger Moth, a Yale and a Fleet Finch.
Our hangar contains artifacts and training aircraft from the No.6 Service Flying Training School (SFTS), dating back to World War II.
Memorial stones line the walkways of gardens and are dedicated to the lives lost in training at Dunnville, Hagarsville, and Jarvis.
We proudly display memorabilia, artifacts, aircraft, parts, and other pieces of history from the life and times of an RCAF Pilot Trainee.
Learn more about the museum, built on the grounds of the RCAF No.6 Service Flying Training School.
Since 2003, the No. 6 RCAF Museum in Dunnville, Ontario has been working to preserve artifacts and training aircraft from the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP). The Museum is on the original site of the No. 6 Service Flying Training School (SFTS) developed by the Royal Canadian Air Force. From 1940 to 1944, a total of 2,436 pilots from Canada, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States earned their wings here in Dunnville.Learn More About Our History