Aerospace Bristol is a new industrial heritage museum that will tell the story of Bristol's world-class aerospace industry. Due to open this summer, the show-stopping centrepiece will be Concorde 216. Designed, built and tested in Bristol, she was the last Concorde to be built and the last to fly.
Designed and built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company in 1944, and one of only 11 complete examples in the world. We have this 'once in a lifetime' opportunity to bring one of the last remaining Bristol Type 170 Freighters home to be put on public display.
This £19m museum project has already secured significant funding from corporate partners, including a second round pass for a £4.7m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. We seek interest from others who share our vision to help bridge the £2.5m shortfall.
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