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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...more
Hours Today: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| East Fortune Airfield, North Berwick EH39 5LF, Scotland
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a well set out exhibition of aeroplanes in extensive grounds in East Lothian. Ideal for families to see inside the planes with the 'cherry on the cake' being Concorde. It's amazing how complicated the control room is and how narrow the fuselage is. Having, for...More
Came here with some elderly members as a day out!
We brought a picnic and were gratefully allowed-to eat it in the cafe which was a big help! The cafe is very nice and reasonably priced too.
We managed to get round the concord hanger...More
Hadn't been for a number of years and it has greatly improved. Staff were charming. Café was surprisingly good on a number of counts - could easily have stayed for lunch - immaculate, and again lovely attentive staff.
The hangers have been spruced up -...More
We've been here before a few years ago and the improvement is massive.
The Concord exhibition was worth the admission money alone. The free audio guides are brilliant and really brought it to life.
My children aged 12 & 11 were disappointed when we had...More
For what it is, I think that the entry price is slightly high for what it is, but as family’s get discount and young children are free I am happy to take the ‘hit’. The various interactive stations and the play area/assault course for children...More
We went for our first visit on 2nd July 2018 and it will be the first of many! What a fascinating place (I particularly loved the Concorde exhibition). There's so much to see and do. Our 4 year old grandson didn't want to leave -...More
The National Museum of Fliggt was a first time visit for me, yes I am an aviation enthusiast and I work on aircraft. This place is a museum and a very interesting one at that. It was overcast when we arrived at the gate and...More
I gave this 4 stars as although it is an excellent museum it doesn't really compare to Duxford museum near Cambridge where their are actual restorations taking place in the hangers you walk around and its bigger.
This museum filled all expectations in many ways...More