In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “From Every Angle.”
Seen from almost every angle, as shown in the pictures I took, a very interesting WW2 Allied warplane housed at Ottawa’s Aeronautical Museum.
I have already mentioned my trip earlier on a few blog posts and have shown some of the aircraft exhibits however, the museum certainly has a great selection to write about. Their exhibits include both civilian and military aircraft and components going back to the beginning of air travel.
The place is huge and there are already two buildings housing the collection although the second called the Annex can only be visited at certain times which visitors can question the staff about when they arrive at the museum.
There is also a souvenir shop loaded with all sorts of stuff including you-build-them model aircraft kits (the miniature models), books, magazines, various knickknacks, and t-shirts etc.
Should you suffer hunger pangs they also have a small cafeteria with vending machines and various snack foods. The museum encourages using their cafeteria because bringing in your own food and drink is ‘verboden’..that’s German for forbidden, not allowed.