Head off for a journey of discovery at East Fortune Airfield this for half term and explore the history of aviation from the First World War to the present day. Explore our historic hangars and then make your way to the Education Centre to make an Airfix model.
Make a model Airfix plane this half term at East Fortune Airfield.
The Airwave Magic Kiss became a standard hang gliding club aircraft.
The rocket powered Messerschmitt Komet was the fastest aircraft of the Second World War.
The General Aircraft Cygnet was the first light aircraft made in Britain with all-metal construction.
The Sea Hawk was a single-seat jet fighter which entered service with the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm in 1953, folding wings to save space on an aircraft carrier..
This Beech E-18S was converted to a nine-seat layout in 1968 for the Scottish airline, Loganair.
The English Electric Lightning was the first supersonic jet fighter in the Royal Air Force.
Header image: Exploring the Civil Aviation hangar at East Fortune Airfield © Paul Dodds
11 Feb - 19 Feb 2017
National Museum of Flight, East Fortune Airfield, EH39 5LF
Free with admission, one model per person.
Child: £7 (under 5 free)
Family: £31 (2 adults and 2 children)
National Art Pass holders: Free (charge for special events)
Group rates available
Concorde Audio Guide: Free