Take the family to learn about over a hundred years of aerospace history at Bristol's new museum. Highlights will include boarding the last Concorde to fly!
Hayes Way, Patchway, Bristol, BS34 5BZ
Tel: 01179 315 315
Historical Sites, Indoor Activities, Museums and Art Centres, Science and Technology, Trips and Transport
Ages 5 - 12, All ages, Schools and Groups, Teenagers, Under 5s
(based on family of 4)
Open from 17th October 2017, Aerospace Bristol is a great choice for an interesting family day out in the South West. Take the family along to discover over a century of aerospace history on historic Filton Airfield.
Young engineers in the family are sure to find plenty of inspiration for the future! They can learn about the physics and engineering of flight by moving the flaps and slats on the real Airbus A319 wing.
Visitors can look forward to enjoying a range of amazing exhibits and science interactives. See helicopters, aeroplanes, satellites, missiles and more. Find out about space flight and Concorde as well as the Boxkite biplane, Bristol Fighter biplane and other craft and vehicles built over the years in Bristol.
Did you know that ten Concordes were built on historic Filton Airfield, the site of Aerospace Bristol? Filton Airfield is where every British Concorde made her first flight. One of the highlights of your visit is likely to be boarding the last Concorde – to be built and to fly.
Please see Aerospace Bristol’s website for further information and to book tickets. Advance booking is advisable to avoid disappointment.