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We want everyone who comes to our museums to have a safe and enjoyable visit.

Changes to your visit

We've made some changes to make visiting the museum safe and enjoyable for our visitors and our staff. Find out more on our Plan Your Visit page.

Getting around the museum

We want everyone who comes to our museums to have a safe and enjoyable visit.

  • The hangars have ramped access.
  • Due to the historic nature of our collection, Concorde can only be boarded by using stairs.
  • The site is wheelchair accessible and wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge. 
  • Adapted toilets are available.
  • Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other recognised assistance dogs are welcome in museum buildings and on the outdoor site.

Our full access guide can be found on the AccessAble website.

Download a map of the National Museum of Flight or pick one up at our information desk when you arrive.

Accessible parking

There is ample car parking at no charge, with spaces for disabled visitors next to the main hangar. There may be a change of disabled parking location and a parking fee at certain special events held at the National Museum of Flight.

Free entry for carers

Disabled visitors pay a concession for admission, with a carer accompanying for free.

BSL Service

Deaf BSL (British Sign Language) users can make contact using the free ContactSCOTLAND-BSL service.


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Museum reopening

Our museums are now open and tickets are available to book. We can't wait to welcome you back.

Find out more