Welcome to the ASMAC
Notice of Annual General Meeting
Aero Space Museum Association of Calgary
Thursday, March 27, 2014 at 7:00pm
to be held at the
Aero Space Museum of Calgary
(4629 McCall Way, NE. Calgary AB T2E 8A5)
Applications for United Space School 2014 are now being accepted!
One lucky student from Western Canada will get to attend the United Space School in Houston, Texas thanks to funding from the For the Love of Children Society and support from the Aero Space Museum of Calgary
In 5 easy steps you can find yourself face to face with real astronauts, meeting students from around the world and exploring space with those that have been there.
Deadline for Applications Feb 10, 2014
Click the below links for further information and application process
Poster/Brochure - Open Poster PDF
Application Process - Open Application PDF
The weeks for 2014 are: arrival in Huston on Sunday July 27, and departure back to Canada on Monday August 11.
We will be open from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM as usual, except on the following dates.
We will be closed on:
December 17, 2013
December 25, 2013
December 26, 2013
December 27, 2013
December 30, 2013
December 31, 2013
January 1, 2014
Does your son or daughter have a fascination with airplanes?
Book their birthday party with us! They can tour around the facility, open their presents and eat their cake here. The cost to book our Lancaster Room is $95.00 and this includes admission to the museum for up to fifteen guest. After fifteen guests each additional guest will be $5.00. We provide use of the Lancaster Room for two hours, tables and chairs, a fridge and prep counter for food (cake, snacks, pizza). We can also provide crafts at $7.00 per child and we can also have loot bags ready for the guests with items from our gift shop (contact us to get more information about loot bag items and costs). Please bring your own table cloth!
If you would like more information or to book your party please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 403-250-3752
The First Aviation Museum in Calgary
"The Air Museum of Canada" was founded in 1960 but was largely a collection of privately owned aircraft. Disbanding in 1971, the museum's aircraft and assets were turned over to the City of Calgary and housed at the city's Planetarium for safekeeping and display. In 1975 the "Aero Space Museum Association of Calgary" was registered as a non-profit, charitable, organization and assumed the care and upkeep of these artifacts.History of the Museum
Join the Team - Volunteer Opportunities
If you are interested in joining our fun and dynamic team we have a number of current volunteer opportunities.
Join the Team - Full Time Employment Opportunities
We currently have no employment opportunities.