National Museum of Flight Scotland
East Fortune Airfield
0300 123 6789
Discover the extraordinary story of our human ambition to take to the skies. East Fortune played an important role as an airfield during two World Wars. Now the National Museum of Flight hangars are packed with aircraft that reveal how flight developed from the Wright brothers to Concorde. Join us today and let your imagination fly!
New attractions Fantastic Flight and Fortunes of War let you get hands-on with flying! Visit the UK's only Boeing 707 and see what it was like to fly with the stars in our Jet Age exhibition.
Museum, Heritage site, Transport heritage site
April to October: Daily 10.00 - 17.00
November to March: Weekends only 10.00 - 16.00
Closed: Visit our website for seasonal opening times - www.nms.ac.uk/flight
Child 5-15: £4
Child 0-4: Free
National Museums Scotland Members: Free
All tickets include a Concorde Boarding Pass.
Archives, Aviation, Coins and Medals, Costume and Textiles, Fine Art, Land Transport, Personalities, Science and Technology, Social History, Weapons and War
The Jet Age
Have you experienced jet travel? Take a look at the UK's only Boeing 707 cockpit and cabin. Step inside and see what it was like to travel on board!
Discover how the aircraft was made and watch interviews of passengers and crew.
Uniforms, baggage trolleys, airline jet engines and an airport fire engine all help tell the story of the airline that ushered in the 'Jet Age'.
- Family friendly
- All ages
Included in museum entry.
Adults £9, concessions £7, children 12 and under free. Parking free.
Fortunes of War at the National Museum of Flight Scotland
What was it like to serve at East Fortune airfield at different times in its history? Uncover the vivid human story of service at this military airfield from RAF crew, photographs, film and rare artefacts.
- All ages
Included in museum admission