Enjoy a supersonic family day out in Bristol! Step aboard the last Concorde to fly and embark upon a fun hands-on journey through aviation history.
Aerospace Bristol is open 7 days a week, 10am to 4.30pm.
The café and shop are free to enter and open during museum opening hours.
Concorde Hangar Closed:
19 September 2023
2 October 2023
10 October 2023
23 November 2023
The Aerospace Galleries Journey through 100 years of Aviation History Starting in the early 1900s, your journey will take you through two world wars. Explore the vital role of aircraft in these global conflicts, through the drama and technological advances of the space race and on to the modern day, and discover the latest technologies of today’s aerospace industry. Find out how a small, pioneering company manufactured some of the earliest aeroplanes at Filton, evolved over the decades to influence the course of aviation history and shaped the world we see today. The Concorde Hangar Step aboard the last Concorde The stunning centrepiece of your visit will be Concorde Alpha Foxtrot: the last of the iconic supersonic passenger jets to be built and the last to fly. Enjoy a spectacular projection show of three short films displayed onto the side of the aircraft telling its remarkable history before you step aboard. Explore the exhibition gallery showcasing a fascinating collection of memorabilia including a pilot’s uniform, model and a flight deck. The Conservation in Action Workshop See the Bristol Freighter, Bolingbroke 9048 and meet Conservation Volunteers Situated in a restored Grade II listed WWI aircraft hangar, built around 1915, the latest addition to Aerospace Bristol allows visitors to get up-close to conservation projects. Visitors can explore the Bristol Bolingbroke 9048 and now go on board the Bristol Freighter.