Are you a fan of planes or just want to learn more about them? National Museums Scotland has a museum dedicated to just flight. They have a collection of aeroplanes that you can visit that have historic importance, at the museum you will get a chance to read up on all of these aircraft and admire their craftsmanship and importance.
Why go to the National Museum of Flight?
The museum has multiple hangars on the site that have many planes inside on display. They have a civilian Aviation hangar where the display is aircraft that was designed for fun and people with a passion to fly with aircraft dating as far back as the 1930s! At the museum they offer a range of experiences one of which is the Concorde experience where you will get a chance to board one of the most important planes ever, the Concorde was crafted in 1976 and is known for being faster than the speed of sound! travelling from London to New York in under 4 hours.
- Open daily, 10:00 – 17:00
- Adult £12.50
- Concession £10.50
- Child (5–15) £7.50 (under 5s free)
- Family (2 adults and 2 children) £33
- Cafe at site
- Toilets on-premises
- Free parking