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National Museum of Flight

Wing your way to one of Scotland's top days out at East Fortune Airfield

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National Museum of Flight

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

Admission

Advance online booking

Members Free
Adult £14.00 £13.00*
Concession £12.00 £11.00*
Child 5–15 £9.00 £8.00*
Under 5s Free

National Museums Scotland Members free

  • *Concessions: 60+, students with valid NUS or Young Scot card, unemployed with ID, disabled people
  • Carers of disabled people free
  • National Museums Scotland Members free
  • School visits are free; some workshop charges apply
  • Discounts available for pre-booked school and group visits and those travelling by bicycle

*Book in advance to save
15% off when you book as a family**
**15% off when you buy up to three Child (5–15) tickets alongside up to any two Adult or Concession tickets, with a maximum of five tickets in total. Cannot be used in conjunction with National Museums Scotland Member tickets or any other discount or offer.

Opening times

Winter opening Nov - Mar
Open weekends only, Sat & Sun: 10:00 - 16:00, last entry 15:00


February half term opening hours
Sat 10 - Sun 18 Feb
Open daily: 10:00 - 16:00

Museum map

Plan your visit to the National Museum of Flight with our map to view online or print at home.

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I Spy Under 5s Trail

Especially for our youngest visitors our I Spy Trail helps them to spot shapes, colours, names and count objects during a visit to the museum.

Download the trail and print out before a visit
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Membership

Create memories that last a lifetime!

Become a Member for free access to the National Museum of Flight and special events throughout the year.

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Our aircraft collection

People have always dreamed of flying and having the freedom to soar with the birds. Discover how this became possible from the earliest flying machines, those used in combat and the commercial passenger aircraft that are part of contemporary travel.

Take off here
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Support us

As a charity, we rely on your donations to protect our historic aircraft. Please donate today to support our work.

Thank you.

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Plan a schools visit

Located on the site of the UK’s best preserved Second World War airfield and with a collection of over 50 aircraft, the museum is a rich learning environment for pupils keen to find out about the World Wars, science and technology.

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Awards

We take pride in maintaining the highest standards to make your visit as rewarding as possible.

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