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Aerospace Bristol is a new industrial heritage museum and learning centre being developed at Filton, to the north of Bristol. It will tell the story of the region's world-class aerospace industry - past, present and future. The Aerospace Bristol project is being run by the Bristol Aero Collection Trust.

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Aerospace Bristol awarded Visit England's Quality Food & Drink 2018 Accolade

Martha Lewington

VisitEngland has announced the Attractions Accolades for 2018, and Aerospace Bristol is thrilled to be a winner.

The awards recognise the quality of visitor experiences across England, and the museum was awarded the accolade for Quality Food & Drink 2018.

Lynsey Penny, General Manager, Aramark said “We are immensely proud to receive the Visit England Quality Food & Drink Accolade. It is testimony to passion and effort that we put into food and drink here at Aerospace Bristol. Aramark, in partnership with Aerospace Bristol, focuses on the provenance of our produce and we pride ourselves on supporting local suppliers. Ensuring a First Class visitor experience is our key objective and this accolade demonstrates that fantastic quality food and drink, made by great chefs and baristas, served by a passionate and engaged team, is truly the recipe to our success.”

The Aerospace Bristol café offers a delicious range of freshly-made light meals, snacks and drinks, served throughout the day, with a special children’s menu and gluten free and other dietary options also available.

Visit England
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Cafe
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Aerospace Bristol wins double silver at the South West Tourism Awards 2019

Martha Lewington

South West Tourism Awards

Aerospace Bristol were the proud winners of not one but two silver awards at the South West Tourism Awards 2019.

Having only opened in October 2017, the museum was exceptionally proud to take win silver for both the Large Attraction of the Year and for Tourism New Business .

The event hosted under the wings of the last Concorde ever to fly, featured guest speakers including Aerospace Bristol’s very own Flight Ambassador and Concorde Captain, Les Brodie, as well Bonita Norris, the World's youngest person to climb Everest and reach the North Pole.

South West Tourism Awards
Winning silver for Large Attraction of the Year and for Tourism New Business

Winning silver for Large Attraction of the Year and for Tourism New Business

Concorde Captain Les Brodie

Concorde Captain Les Brodie

South West Tourism Awards
South West Tourism Awards
South West Tourism Awards
South West Tourism Awards
South West Tourism Awards
South West Tourism Awards

Celebrating 50 years since Concorde's maiden flight

Martha Lewington

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This year marks 50 years since Concorde’s maiden flight - from Toulouse on 2nd March 1969, with the first British flight taking place from Filton on 9th April 1969. Aerospace Bristol will be marking these incredible milestones with special activities over the year.

Our Concorde50 celebrations will include special events, group packages, talks and tours and much more over throughout 2019.

Celebrate Concorde’s 50th Anniversary in true style by sponsoring your own special piece of Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, and help us to inspire the engineers of the next 50 years.

Make sure you step aboard the last Concorde ever to fly in the fiftieth anniversary year since Concorde’s maiden flight.

Find out more and discover ways you can join in the celebrations throughout 2019.