Aerospace Bristol is located at Filton Airfield, to the North of Bristol.

The main exhibition is located in a WW1 Grade II listed hangar, with Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, the last Concorde built and flown, displayed in an adjacent new purpose-built hanger.

The museum was opened in 2017 and is now rated one of the best tourist attractions in the UK, outside of London. 

It provides an opportunity to learn about the history of aviation from the earliest days of powered flight to the latest technologies of today’s aerospace industry, including satellites, missiles and supersonic aircraft. 

The whole museum is wheelchair accessible, with level access to all areas and dedicated lifts to board Concorde and Britannia. Movement on Concorde is however limited by the narrow aisle between the seats. There is an audio loop in both hangers, for the hard of hearing.

A cafe offers light meals and snacks, with indoor and outdoor seating.

Leave at 08.00 from Club pick-up points, back no later than 19.00 hours.

Price range £30 to £32 (excl. lunch)