Find out why the National Museum of Flight is one of Scotland's top days out.
Note, the BAC 1-11 aircraft is currently undergoing some repairs and is not available for boarding.
Explore three hands-on galleries and find out how aeroplanes fly, how they are built and the skills needed to be a pilot. Can you navigate your way round the world or land an aeroplane?
The National Museum of Flight stands on the UK's best-preserved Second World War airfield. Fortunes of War recounts the vivid human story of this historic military airfield. Through personal testimony, photographs, film and unique artefacts, it tells the story of service at East Fortune.
The National Museum of Flight is home to Scotland's only Concorde. Climb aboard to discover what transatlantic flight was like for passengers and crew and learn about the legacy of this iconic aircraft.The Concorde Experience
Discover the history of this fascinating airfield with our Second World War-themed family trail, bringing the stories of the museum's historic site to life.View the trail
Stretch your legs and explore the historic site on foot and take on our outdoor assault course.View a map of the site
Experience the history and drama of flight as never before! Discover amazing aircraft and stories in our military and civil aviation hangars and immerse yourself in the wartime history of our historic airfield.Explore the hangars
Explore the museum collections and historic airfield with our family trails.
It's over 40 years since Scotland's Concorde took to the skies in the first BA Concorde fleet commercial passenger flight. Don't miss the chance to get up close to G-BOAA.
Experience the history and drama of flight in spectacular hangars and galleries.
East Fortune Airfield is the UK's best-preserved Second World War airfield. Discover its history from its beginnings in the First World War to its transformation to a national museum.