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Red Arrows Hawk

This iconic Red Arrows Hawk T.1A was flown by the Royal Air Force (RAF) Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows.

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Transport (P1-2)

Explore the topic of transport through handling objects and our collection of aeroplanes.

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Things to see and do

Head off on a journey of discovery at this former airfield and explore the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day.

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Corporate dinners, events and award ceremonies

National Museums Scotland’s unique and versatile venues set a memorable scene, whether you are entertaining 12 guests or 1,500.

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Venue hire at our other museums

The National Museum of Flight, National Museum of Rural Life and National War Museum present further opportunities for entertaining on every scale.

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National Museums Scotland acquires a Red Arrows Hawk for the National Museum of Flight

National Museums Scotland has acquired a British Aerospace Hawk T1A which was flown by the Royal Air Force (RAF) Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows.

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Heritage Lottery Fund grants £1.3m for National Museum of Flight redevelopment

National Museums Scotland is delighted to announce that the Heritage Lottery Fund has confirmed a grant of £1.3 million to help fund the transformation of two hangars at the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune in East Lothian.

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Robots descend on National Museum of Flight

Battling robots, a giant animatronic T rex dinosaur and one of the world’s most advanced robotic limbs are just some of the attractions on show at the National Museum of Flight’s Robots Live! event at East Fortune, East Lothian on Sunday 16 June 2013.

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Travel trade

Welcome to National Museums Scotland travel trade service: dedicated to helping you plan and book visits to our four fantastic National Museums.

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Ready for take-off

Aircraft and objects from one of the best and most varied aviation collections in Europe will be unveiled on Good Friday 25 March when two nationally significant Second World War hangars at the National Museum of Flight in East Lothian open following a major redevelopment.

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