Toronto Aerospace Museum
The Toronto Aerospace Museum (TAM) is dedicated to developing an exciting educational, heritage and tourist attraction at Parc Downsview Park, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1997, we are an important year-round attraction within Parc Downsview Park, Canada’s first urban national park.
The TAM is located in a building that isn’t just full of history, but is part of history from the days of fabric and wire biplanes of the 1920’s to the dawn of the space age and Canada’s first satellite, launched in 1962. This historic building at Downsview is the original 1929 home of de Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd., one of Canada’s most successful aircraft manufacturers. It’s also the oldest aviation heritage building in the Greater Toronto Area, the oldest surviving aircraft factory in Canada, the birthplace of many famous Canadian-designed aircraft, and the original home of Canada’s world leading space technology industry.In this unique and authentic historical setting, TAM celebrates the aviation accomplishments of Torontonians, and the long association of the Greater Toronto Area with aeronautical innovation, aircraft manufacturing, aerospace technology, and the joy of flight.
The following aircraft are on display:
Avro CF-105 Arrow Replica Project
Avro Lancaster FM104 Restoration Project
DH82C Tiger Moth
De Havilland CS2F Tracker
Fleet 80 Canuck
Beechcraft CT-134 Musketeer
CT-133 Silver Star
SHARP (Stationary High-Altitude Relay Platform)
Easy Riser Ultralight
Ultimate 10-100 Aerobatic Biplane
Found Brothers Aviation FBA-2A
Canadair CT-114 Tutor
Zenair Zenith CH200
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