Tickets & Prices
Enjoy return visits for one whole year when you visit Aerospace Bristol
Book online and enjoy 'Speedy Boarding'
Visit Aerospace Bristol and step aboard Concorde in her 50th anniversary year.
Book online now and print your tickets at home to enjoy 'speedy boarding'. Speedy boarding allows you to skip the queues at the admissions desk and fast track straight through to the start of your journey!
Or choose ‘collection’ at the checkout and receive our special commemorative tickets to mark Concorde’s incredible anniversary.
Plus, Aerospace Bristol tickets entitle you to free return visits for a year from the date that your ticket is first used! So you'll have lots of opportunities to return time and again.*
Please note: As a new attraction, many sat navs don't recognise us. Please plan your route carefully before setting out.
*Excludes special daytime or evening events that are limited to capacity and/or carry an additional admission charge, any dates or times when the museum is closed to visitors or at capacity, certain Bank Holidays, group tickets, schools or venue hire guests. Please be advised that our opening times may vary on event days. Please check our opening hours before setting out for your visit to view any opening variations.
Adult (Age 18 and over): £16.50
Child (Age 4 - 17): £9
Senior (Age 65+): £14.50
Student (With valid student ID): £14.50
Child (Age under 4): FREE
Dedicated carers (accompanying a paying visitor who is disabled) are entitled to free entry. On arrival, please go straight to the Admissions desk with documented proof of disability for the person you are caring for, and a member of our Admissions team will be able to assist you.
Family of 4 (2 adults & 2 children): £46
Family of 3 (2 adults & 1 child): £38
Family of 3 (1 adult & 2 children): £31
Extra child (Age 4 - 17): £8
Add an extra child to your family ticket
Ticket terms and conditions
Free day return visits excludes special daytime or evening events that are limited capacity and/or carry an additional admission charge, any dates or times when the museum is closed to visitors or at capacity, and certain bank holidays.
Free returns are only available to the individual named on the ticket.
When entering the museum for a return visit, please bring this ticket and photo ID.
Anyone attempting to use a return ticket will be refused entry if they are unable to provide acceptable proof of identity so, to avoid disappointment, please do not attempt to share your ticket with anyone else.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
Children 3 years and under receive free entry.
Admission prices are the same for tickets purchased online and tickets purchased on site at our Visitor Centre
Admission prices are subject to change without notice
Aerospace Bristol offers free entry for dedicated carers and guide and assistance dogs are welcome
For parties of 20 or more people a group rate is available
What is gift aid?
If you are a UK taxpayer, by opting to make a Gift Aid Declaration you enable us to treat your payment as a donation, and allows us to reclaim 25p of tax on every £1 from the government on your donations.
When you make a Gift Aid Declaration all donations you have made to Bristol Aero Collection Trust (BACT) in the last four years, and all donations you make from the date of your declaration until you notify BACT otherwise, are treated as Gift Aid donations.
Please notify the Fundraising office if you:
wish to cancel this declaration
change your name or home address
no longer pay sufficient tax on your income and/or capital gains.
I am a UK taxpayer and understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year it is my responsibility to pay any difference. If you pay Income Tax at the higher or additional rate and want to receive the additional tax relief due to you, include all your Gift Aid donations on your Self-Assessment tax return or ask HM Revenue and Customs to adjust your tax code. Funds raised, after allowing for Fundraising Department expenses, will be applied to the BACT projects and objectives. If an identified objective cannot be met, the net income will be applied to similar projects or objectives, as will any surplus.