National Museum of Flight

Wing your way to one of Scotland's best days out at the National Museum of Flight, East Fortune.
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The Concorde Experience

Not everyone has Concorde on their doorstep. Don't miss the chance to get up close to Scotland's Concorde at National Museum of Flight.
East Fortune during the Second World War

History of East Fortune

East Fortune, now home to the National Museum of Flight, played a major role in both the First and Second World Wars.
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Transforming your museum

Work has started on a £3.6 million project to restore two nationally important Second World War hangars and to create exciting new displays worthy of our world-class aircraft collection
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Become a Member

Members receive generous discounts on Airshow tickets plus free access to National Museum of Flight and special events throughout the year.
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Aircraft location

Find out where our aircraft are located at National Museum of Flight and National Museum of Scotland.
Museum information

Opening times

November – March Saturday & Sunday only 10:00-16:00

28 March – 1 November daily 10:00-17:00

Work has started to restore two Second World War hangars and create exciting new displays. The museum is otherwise fully open. Find out more here.


Adult: £10
Concessions: £8
Child: £5 (under 5 free)
Family: £26 (2 adults and 2 children)
Members: Free
National Art Pass holders: Free (charge for special events)
Group rates available

Concorde Audio Guide: Free
Free parking

How to find us

East Fortune Airfield,
East Lothian,
EH39 5LF
Tel: 0300 123 6789
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