Go inside to see a lot of exhibits and feel the flight simulators. I especially enjoyed being able to visit these planes that have been flying for so many years, it was great and a great day trip to combine the new with the old.
I took my father and six-year-old son to play together. Both of them like to come here to play, and so do I. They have a good balance between the airplanes, and they also participate in activities with displays, can read, and learn a lot. The staff and volunteers at the museum are great.
Hamilton is a very good attraction, mainly based on old aircraft from World War II, but the aircraft is maintained and explained very well, and there are many models you can go up and sit in the cockpit, which is really great. I have been to the Monino Aviation Museum in Moscow, totally in two styles.
Collected, recorded and preserved various fighters that have served in the Canadian Air Force since World War II. It is a good place for entertaining and learning, and for young people to have extracurricular activities. Use various multimedia methods and model display methods to introduce various fighters to everyone. The museum is located at Hamilton Mount Hope Airport. There is a Chujia-6 trainer aircraft produced by China's Nanchang Aircraft Manufacturing Company, which was sponsored by Jian Nanchun.
There is a relatively unique theme museum in the local area. If you have time, you can visit it.