Aerospace Bristol is an exciting brand-new museum telling the fascinating global story of Bristol’s world-class aerospace industry. From the Boxkite biplane through to the modern day, Aerospace Bristol, located in Filton to the north of Bristol, transports visitors through more than a century of remarkable aviation history and proudly displays Concorde as its stunning centrepiece.
Designed, built and tested in Bristol, Concorde 216 was the last of the supersonic passenger jets to be built and the last to fly. You may remember the wet Wednesday back in 2003 when thousands watched her grace the skies for the final time. An amazing era of supersonic flight came to an end that day, but with the help of Concorde friends and admirers, Aerospace Bristol creates a vivid testimony to this amazing aircraft celebrate the achievements of everyone involved and inspire a new generation of engineers to think big and act boldly.
Aerospace Bristol welcomed its first visitors on board on 22nd October 2017 and is now open 7 days a week including Bank Holidays, except for Christmas Eve, Christmas day and Boxing Day (Please note that opening time may vary on event days so check before setting out for your visit to view any opening variations). Its spring opening times, from 26th February 2018, are 10am to 5pm. Last entry: 4pm (one hour before closing).
More information can be found at http://aerospacebristol.org/vision