National Museum of Flight
The National Museum of Flight invites visitors to head off on a journey of discovery at this former airfield, exploring the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day.
The Aviator Café offers a range of freshly prepared dishes, including home-made soups and home baking using local produce, teas, coffees and other hot and cold snacks.
The site is wheelchair accessible and wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge. Our land train, the Airfield Explorer, provides accessible transport between the hangars. The hangars have ramped access, however, due to the historic nature of our collection some of the aircraft are not accessible to everyone. There is ample car parking at no charge, with spaces for disabled visitors next to the main hangar. Disabled visitors pay a concession price for admission, with a carer accompanying for free. Adapted toilets are available. Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other recognised assistance dogs are admitted.
You can travel to the National Museum of Flight on Eve Coaches service 121.
Please consider the environment when planning your travel to and from our events. Public transport information is available from Traveline Scotland - travelinescotland.com and 0871 200 22 33 - 24 hours a day.