Aerospace Bristol Museum

Step aboard Concorde and embark upon an exciting flight through history. From the earliest aeroplanes to space technology and the supersonic Concorde, Aerospace Bristol will take you on a fun hands-on journey through more than a century of incredible aviation achievements.

Aerospace Bristol offers a fun family day out for all ages, with interactive exhibits, an outdoor play area, and children’s trails for budding engineers and pilots to enjoy.

To find out more about The Aerospace Bristol  archives and collections visit their website. The archive reading room is open for pre-booked visits and is open on Wednesdays from 10am-12.30pm then 1.30pm-4pm. Normal museum admission charges apply. Their archive catalogue is available through The National Archives’ “Discovery” Catalogue.

Aerospace Lives is a community history platform with trails around the museum landscape, featuring archive material and oral histories.

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