Museum of Flight (Lothian) Reviews
Newest Review: ... the story of the plane and loads of information and graphics, which have been written and presented in a very interesting and entertaining way. Around this hanger there are also aircraft engines, models, mock-ups and loads of associated items. On an overlooking viewing gallery there is a full size mock-up of an Air Traffic Control Centre. What is really good around the museum are the number of times you see notices saying “Please Touch”. These items can be picked up and played with, knobs can be turned, switches can be switched and dials can be adjusted. This is good for everyone, not just children. In a room at the side of... more
Customer Museum of Flight (Lothian) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/04/01, updated on 23/04/01 (Very useful, 51 readings)
The Museum of Flight is located on a disused Second World War airfield close to North Berwick, near Edinburgh. This is an excellent museum that has obviously been put together by a team of people who are very committed to their subject. Two of the large aircraft hangers on East Fortune Airfield have been converted into exhibition halls and these are open every day from 10.30am to 5.00pm. Entrance to the museum is £3 for adults (£1.50 concessions) and free for children aged 18 or under. There is a large free car park for the museum. The first hanger contains about 20 aircraft including a Spitfire, a Tiger Moth, a De Haviland Dove and many other classic ... Read the complete review
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