28 September 2019 (10.00-17.00)
The National Museum of Flight is home to one of Europe’s best collections of aircraft, including Scotland’s Concorde. Learn about the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day and immerse yourself in our interactive exhibitions, supersonic experiences, historic hangars and airfield.
This year celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first transatlantic flight from Britain to the United States, made by Airship R.34, which departed from the museum’s home at East Fortune Airfield in July 1919.
The site is fully accessible other than some of the passenger aircraft (including Concorde) which can only be boarded by stairs. For full access information visit our website.
Building Date: 1939-44
No booking required.