Visit the Aviation Heritage Museum

Visit the Aviation Heritage Museum

We are so glad that you have chosen to visit the Aviation Heritage Museum. All the important information that you need before your visit is below. 

Opening Hours

The Museum is open every day of the week (except Good Friday, Christmas Day, Boxing DayNew Year’s Day) from 10.00am to 4.00pm.

Please note we may close the museum if a severe weather warning is in place for Bull Creek to protect our precious aircraft and for the safety of our visitors. If you are unsure if we are closed during severe weather, please check our Facebook and Instagram page for the latest information. If your visit is affected by severe weather, we apologise for an inconvenience.


Tickets can be purchased when you arrive at the Museum, with entry starting at $7.50 for children. Group bookings also available. 

Planning Your Visit

Our tips and answers to FAQs to assist you in planning your visit so you can have the best experience while at the Museum. 


The Aviation Heritage Museum offers a range of special aircraft tours and cockpit experiences of some of our  favourite aircraft.

Gift Vouchers

The Aviation Heritage Museum of Western Australia, the Bull Creek Collection, is owned and operated by the Western Australian Division of the RAAF Association. The beginnings of the museum date from early 1929 when the Association was formed. 

The first project the new association engaged in was to acquire the Kalgoorlie Biplane. It set about restoring the aircraft with the view of entering it in the Centenary of Perth parade that same year. The wings were too wide for the road, so they were removed and placed next to the fuselage on the back of a truck for the parade. The aeroplane was donated to the WA Museum after the parade but unfortunately does not survive today. In 1959 a Mark 22 Spitfire was acquired by the Association and restored in order to serve as the centrepiece for its commemorative activities, in front of the club house on Adelaide Terrace. A large library of aeroplane books and magazines was installed in the club house also. 

Gift Vouchers

Looking for a special gift to give to a budding aviation enthusiast (or perhaps to keep for yourself?)!

The Aviation Heritage Museum offers a range of special aircraft tours and cockpit experiences of some of our  favourite aircraft. 

How about taking a once in a lifetime opportunity to view first hand the trials and tribulations of being on a Lancaster aircraft in WWII?

Gift vouchers are available for tours, making it the perfect gift for the person who has everything! All tours must be booked prior to visiting the Museum. 

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