Organisation Contact Details
More About The Organisation
For many years, the Bristol Aero Collection has been formulating plans to build an aviation heritage and learning centre museum in the Filton area. The arrival of Concorde at Filton in 2003 increased public awareness of our aims, and has led to significant backing from major companies and organisations. The BAC hangar at Kemble closed at the end of May 2012 to allow for the exhibits to be packed and placed in storage pending the development of the heritage site at Filton. The Bristol Aero Collection Trust is very pleased to announce that it has received a first round pass for a £4.4m bid from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for the Bristol Aerospace Centre project. The Bristol Aerospace Centre will be located on a site on Filton Airfield including two World War One listed hangars which will be fully refurbished to provide a first class heritage museum, learning suites, archives and workshops. On the same site a major new building will create a permanent home for Concorde along with a technology learning centre.
|Monday||10am to 4pm all year excluding Christmas and New Year|
|Sunday||10am to 4pm Easter to end October|
Do you welcome people using your service from the Bristol area?
If Yes, do you welcome people from all areas of Bristol using your service?
Do you welcome people using your service from the South Gloucestershire area?
If Yes, do you welcome people from all areas of South Gloucestershire using your service?
Who can use your service
Who can use your service?