Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre

Service: Heritage Centre

Description & Services
Description (Agency) Preserves the history of Bush Flying and Forest Protection in Canada
Description (Service)
  • Exhibits information on Canada's first woman in space 
  • Preserves the history of Bush Flying and Forest Protection in Canada 
  • Acquires, restores, preserves and displayes float planes, bush planes, water bombers, and forest fire fighting equipment along with other aviation and forestry-related artifacts to celebrate the achievements of Canada's aviation and forest fire fighting pioneers 
  • Maintains the Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Hall of Fame 
  • Offers educational activities and tours
Hours Mid May-Mid Oct 9 am-6 pm 
Mid Oct-Mid May 10 am -4 pm
Areas Served Sault Ste. Marie
Eligibility Adult supervision required for children
Application Call for details
Languages English
Fees Membership - Annual ; Donation ; Admission - for library and archives
Contact Information
Office Phone 705-945-6242
Toll Free Phone 1-877-287-4752
Fax 705-942-8947
Primary Executive Mike Delfre, Executive Director; Email:
Alternate Executive Kim Park, President
Located In Community Sault Ste. Marie
Address 50 Pim St
Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 3G4
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Intersection Bay St and Pim St
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Funding City / Town - Sault Ste Marie ; Provincial - Northern Ontario Heritage Fund ; Federal - FedNor ; Fees - Admission ; Sale of Goods ; Membership fees