Things to do at Aerospace Bristol review
The perfect day out for inquisitive little minds and astronaut dreamers, Aersopace Bristol travels through 100 years of aviation history. Located in Filton, the venue is built on the former Filton Airfield that was home to the assembly line for the British built Concorde. Just around the corner are Rolls Royce and Airbus.
A free comic book story is available on arrival detailing Alfie & Amelia’s time-travelling adventure, with seven ‘clocking-in’ stations hidden throughout the museum.
The visit then starts at the aerospace galleries, where visitors can glimpse inside a one-hundred-year-old WW1 hangar, participate in interactive exhibits as well as viewing large objects such as lorries, engines and trams.
An outdoor play area provides some respite with an aeroplane climbing frame.
The visit concludes by stepping into the Concorde Alpha Foxtrot – the last to be built and the last to fly. Inside visitors glimpse the flight deck, passenger cabins and interactive displays of the design and innovation.
On ground level walking underneath the aerospace giant, a projection show is displayed against the side of the Concorde with additional information on its innovation and engineering.
Your ticket entitles you to FREE return visits for 12 months.
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FAQ and Further Information Aerospace Bristol
Is there food and drink available?
There is a café offering a range of light meals, snacks and drinks, and a special children’s menu.
What are the main things to do?
Museum with aerospace themed galleries, outdoor play area, plus you can step onboard Concorde. Toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Higher priced – but good value
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher priced. An adult ticket is £17 and £9.50 for a child aged 4-17. Under 4’s are free and other pricing options are available. Once you have purchased your tickets you can then return for free for the rest of the year as much as you please.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
Aerospace Bristol is open from Wednesday to Sunday for most of the year. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
This is a guest post with thanks to Charlotte from The Millennial Runaway
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