Find out why the National Museum of Flight is one of Scotland's top days out.
The National Museum of Flight is home to Scotland's only Concorde. Climb aboard to discover what transatlantic flight was like for passengers and crew and learn about the legacy of this iconic aircraft.The Concorde Experience
Experience the history and drama of flight as never before! Discover amazing aircraft and stories in our military and civil aviation hangars, immerse yourself in wartime history or explore the science of flight in our interactive gallery.Explore the hangars
Stretch your legs and explore the site on foot, take on our outdoor assault course or tour the hangars on the land train.
Don't know where to begin? Check out our top 10 things to see and do. Your aviation adventure starts here!Top 10 things to see and do
From piloting an airship to tackling an assault course, there's lots for children to do at the National Museum of Flight.Top 10 activities to try with kids
It's over 40 years since Scotland's Concorde took to the skies in the first BA Concorde fleet commercial passenger flight. Don't miss the chance to get up close to G-BOAA.
Experience the history and drama of flight in spectacular hangars and hands-on galleries.
Your aviation adventure starts here...
There are lots of fun things for kids to do on a day out at the museum. Set their imaginations soaring!
Museum Stories is a set of downloadable trails to follow while visiting the National Museum of Flight.
East Fortune Airfield is the UK's best-preserved Second World War airfield. Discover its history from its beginnings in the First World War to its transformation to a national museum.
Members receive free access to the National Museum of Flight and special events throughout the year.