Visit Aerospace Bristol and take your pupils on an exciting journey through time
developing STEM skills & inspiring future engineers
From the earliest days of powered ﬂight to the cutting-edge technology of tomorrow, you will be inspired by fun practical science interactives and amazing exhibits, including aeroplanes, helicopters, missiles, satellites, and more.
Fully equipped learning spaces
Aerospace Bristol features fully equipped learning spaces with specialist facilities for school and youth groups. We have worked with our partners from the aerospace industry to develop an inspiring and practical learning programme which will not only allow visitors to explore our amazing local history story but develop STEM skills and discover the possibilities of a career in engineering.
Our INSPIRATIONAL workshops include...
We blend history and storytelling with STEM learning as pupils design and test their own paper aeroplane, exploring the history of ﬂight. Find out more >
Explore the physics of rocketry before designing and testing their very own rockets - just like the engineers of Filton’s Dynamics and Space Division! Find out more >
Discover how aircraft changed and developed during WW1 and the key role that Bristol played and design and test your own parachute prototype for WW1 pilots in this fun and hands-on session. Find out more >
Entry: £5 per child
Workshops: An additional £2.50 per child
Workshops are priced per child for groups of 20 or more. Please get in touch to discuss prices for smaller groups.
Reception to Year 5: 1 adult to every 6 children
Year 6 to Year 8: 1 adult to every 8 children
Year 9 to Year 13: 1 adult to every 10 children
Interested in bringing your school to visit Aerospace Bristol? Be one of the first to bring your school aboard Concorde, and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or to book.
We look forward to welcoming you soon!
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