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National Museum of Flight

| East Fortune Airfield, North Berwick EH39 5LF, Scotland
+44 300 123 6789
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Concorde a “must see” !

The story behind Concorde, its transfer to East Fortune and the aeroplane itself are both... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Philip I
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Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
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Fantastic Museum !

I specifically went to visit Concorde but the are plenty more planes and displays to take in at the... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Tom S
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Check in for an aviation adventure at East Fortune airfield! Trace the history of aviation from the First World War to today or join the jet set on a Boeing 707 and Concorde. Go interactive in hands-on galleries, where you can find out how aircraft fly and the skills you need to fly them.
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| East Fortune Airfield, North Berwick EH39 5LF, Scotland
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The story behind Concorde, its transfer to East Fortune and the aeroplane itself are both fascinating and tinged with sadness. The exhibits (from WW2 forwards) and interactive components are great for all ages. The museum staff are knowledgable, helpful and friendly. New hangers in 2018...More

Thank Philip I
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I specifically went to visit Concorde but the are plenty more planes and displays to take in at the museum. For me the most interesting plane was Concorde. You can get up close and personal with this supersonic piece of history. I would highly recommend...More

Thank Tom S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Went to the National Museum of Flight to view the wonderful aircraft available to see. Lots of information on the aircraft and the Concorde experience was fantastic. Definitely a piece of engineering everyone should take a look at! You can quite easily spend a good...More

Thank trentw23
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Hadn’t visited for a few years and how it has improved in that time. Always found it interesting but a bit sparse, now it’s more interesting and informative. Great audiovisual presentations, information boards, and planes displays with new additions. Concorde is the top draw -...More

Thank Douglas E
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Enjoyed a fabulous day here with our seven year old son. The Concorde exhibition was great, lived up to our high expectations. Lots of interactive activities and interesting facts. Would recommend to anyone looking for a fun educational day out x

Thank Stephanie B
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Went along today with my wife and two young children. Personally I think it's a bit to highly priced. If the entrance fee was less and the food prices slightly less I would give this 10/10. We left at lunch time as we felt the...More

Thank Michael M
Reviewed 6 days ago

A great idea to use the former air field like this. Concorde was an amazing experience, the way in which the plane was presented being spectacular; and, looking at the various planes, cockpits, audio-visuals and displays was interesting and informative. We unfortunately had to cut...More

Thank Conn_nan_Ceud_Cogadh
Reviewed 1 week ago

Excellent afternoon spent wandering around these old planes, and associated memorabilia. Would recommend and would visit again.

Thank taffywynn .
Reviewed 1 week ago

I visited this museum a while back and can still clearly remember looking at the flimsy aircraft and wondering - "They must have been MAD to fly these dangerous machines". Some VERY brave people flew them and saved our country from been over run during...More

Thank Splishsplasher
Reviewed 1 week ago

What a fabulous place! Spent a few hours there today and loved it. Top marks! Hopefully they will get some funding to put the comet and the vulcan under cover soon so as to preserve them as well as the other planes there. Great place...More

Thank Heather S
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Katrina G
2 August 2017|
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Response from Gordon B | Reviewed this property |
Hi Katrina, I agree with the others, certainly no dogs in the hangers or cafe when we were three.
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Gina C
6 May 2017|
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Response from Janeytastic | Reviewed this property |
Hello, if you have a look at the museum of flight website it will have lots of helpful information on how to get there. You get the train to North Berwick. ( do not confuse this with Berwick) Then the 121 bus to the... More
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Jess M
12 June 2016|
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Response from rine1812 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I'd say probably minimum 3 hours, when kids are at school
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