Bristol Aero Collection Museums

Bristol Aero Collection
Kemble Airfield, Kemble Ind Park, Kemble
Cirencester
Gloucestershire
GL7 6BA

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The Bristol Aero Collection is a museum dedicated to the preservation and display of artefacts of the Bristol Aeroplane Company, and its sister companies. On display are aircraft, engines, missiles, spacecraft, road transport and many more items designed and built in Bristol in the last century.

The aim of the Bristol Aero Collection is to preserve for future generations the history of aeronautical development in the Filton area. Aircraft production began on the Filton site in 1910, when the British and Colonial Aeroplane Company started building the Boxkite. The factory went from strength to strength, and was the largest factory in Europe by the start of World War II.

ircraft, engines, spacecraft, missiles, and other more diverse products were produced during the 20th Century, and the site is still very active as the UK headquarters of Airbus. Engine design and production still continues with Rolls Royce on the Patchway site next to the airfield.

The hangar display on Kemble Airfield is open on the following days:

Summer opening - from Easter to end of October

Sundays - from 10am, last entry 3:30pm

Mondays - from 10am, last entry 3:30pm

Winter opening - November to Easter

Mondays - from 10am, last entry 3:30pm

Also open on -

Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday over Easter Weekend

Bank Holidays during the summer

Most Kemble Airfield event days

Closed between Christmas and New Year

Adults - £5.00Concessions - £4.00

Children (4-12) - £2.50Family ticket - £12.00

(2 adults, 2 children)

Children (under 4) - free

Adult group rate - £4.00BAC Member - free


Attraction Details

VenueBristol Aero Collection
AddressKemble Airfield, Kemble Ind Park, Kemble, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 6BA
Opening timesN/a
Entry costs
Attraction typeMuseums

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