National Museum of Flight

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National Museum of Flight
East Fortune Airfield, North Berwick, East Lothian, EH39 5LF
  • Telephone 0300 123 6789
  • Opening times 1 Apr–31 Oct daily 10am–5pm; 1 Nov–31 Mar Sat & Sun only 10am–4pm.
  • Admission £12.50 (concessions £10.50; children £7.50; family £33)
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Covid-19 precautions

A range of new safety measures have been put in place in line with Scottish Government guidelines. This includes enhanced cleaning, hand sanitising stations and one-way routes in certain areas of the museum where physical distancing is not possible. In line with Scottish Government guidelines, face coverings must be worn in our indoor spaces. Please do not visit the museum if you or anyone in your household has any symptoms of Coronavirus.

We want you to have a safe and enjoyable visit. During your visit, we ask you to: - Wear a face covering in our indoor spaces. - Please keep your distance from others (2m). - Follow the directional signage. - Use the hand sanitiser provided. - Wash your hands often. - Please note card payments only.

Any questions? Our Visitor Experience team will be delighted to help.
Last updated: 24 December 2020

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National Museum of Flight

Located at East Fortune Airfield, halfway between Haddington and East Linton, the National Museum of Flight has a varied collection of aircraft and aviation paraphernalia such as parachutes and radar equipment. The museum takes part in festivals and hosts an annual air show and a varied events programme throughout the year.

Discover a world-class collection of aircraft and hear the fascinating stories of the people who built and flew them at one of Scotland's top attractions. A range of new safety measures have been put in place along with timed entry to ensure that we can manage numbers and maintain physical distancing. Please book a timed entry ticked online at in advance of your visit. This includes National Museums Scotland members.

Learn about the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day and immerse yourself in supersonic experiences and our historic hangars and airfield. Get on board Scotland's Concorde to discover what transatlantic flight was like for its passengers and crew and learn more about its supersonic legacy.

Then round off your day with a visit to our shop and cafe or bring your own picnic to enjoy in our outdoor picnic area.

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