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National Museum of Flight
National Museum of Flight

National Museum of Flight

Scotland's National Museum of Aviation houses an enormous collection of aircraft in the buildings of an atmospheric World War 2 airfield.

Discover the story of man's determined ambition to take to the skies. Two massive hangars, part of an historic World War 2 airfield, are packed with aircraft, engines, rockets and memorabilia - from Britains oldest surviving aeroplane and a Spitfire to the massive Vulcan bomber and Blue Streak space rocket. The museum holds a major airshow each July and features a cafe run by BBC TV's Clarissa Dickson Wright. Museum shop and the Parachute Café.

Contact and Information

East Fortune Airfield
North Berwick
EH39 5LF
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Open every day

November 2019–March
Open weekends


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Café/Restaurant onsite
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Toilets Available
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Pushchair Friendly
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Gift Shop
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Disabled Toilets
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Baby Changing Facilities
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Free Parking

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