What did you do in the War, Great-Grandad? Find out what your Great Grandad did in the War during October half-term at National Museum of Flight, East Fortune. Date Sat 12-Sun 20 October Times: 12:00-16:00 (museum open 10:00-17:00) Venue: National Museum of Flight, East Fortune, EH39 5LF Cost: Included in museum admission. Adult £9.50 / £7.50, Child £5 (under 5 free) Family (2 adults, 2 children) £24.00 National Museums Scotland Members free. Parking: Free National Museum of Flight How to find us Become a Member for free admission Find out what your ancestors might have done during the World Wars this October half-term. Learn how to research your family's military history and learn how make your own family history scrapbook to store your stories and pictures. Explore the site, take-off in Fantastic Flight, explore the hangars, Nissen huts, blast shelters and historic buildings and investigate the Comet and Concorde, Tiger Moth and Tornado, Spitfire and Sea Hawk, Jetstream and Jaguar, amongst other aircraft. The Aviator Café is open all day with a full range of home made food, home baking, plus teas, coffees and other hot and cold snacks and the shop is also open for to purchase those essential aviation goodies!