Museums and galleries Brandon

Brandon has many world-class museums, where visitors can reach out and touch history, making it an experience they will never forget. The Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum takes visitors back in time to World War II, when people from all over the world were taking flight training to support the war effort in Europe. See the planes, read the names of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and learn about the artifacts in this National Historic Site. For some history unique to Brandon, take in the Daly House Museum, which was the home of Brandonís first Mayor, Thomas Mayne Daly. If youíre up for a short drive out of town, why not visit the Royal Canadian Artillery Museum at CFB Shilo? The museum outlines the history of Manitobaís gunners, including Canadaís largest collection of WWII vehicles. If youíre looking to stretch your legs, pick up a Heritage Walking Tour book at the Riverbank Discovery Centre and tour Brandonís oldest, and most unique homes in the heart of downtown. Brandon has many unique opportunities to experience our heritage first hand!

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