If you're an aviation or military history buff there's one more day to visit one of two remaining airworthy Avro Lancaster bombers. This one is named in honour of Winnipeg boy Andrew Mynarski, V.C. who died in one during World War II.
It's very hands-on - you can climb right into the cockpit if you want - and members of the restoration and flight team are on-hand to answer questions.
Though final numbers have not been counted, someone from the museum told me that attendance at the museum was at least 2,000 for the day.
For information links and some tips for visiting.