Aviation fans, fasten your seat belts. A museum dedicated to aeronautical technology – Aerospace Bristol – opens to the public later this month, and it’s already bookable for evening events.
We’re excited by its centerpiece, Concorde Alpha Foxtrot. Designed, constructed and tested in Bristol, it was the last Concorde to be built and the last to fly. Today, you can host three-course dinners for 500 guests underneath its wings for a supersonic setting.
Top it off with a private viewing of the main exhibition that will take visitors on an immersive journey through more than 100 years of aviation.
Other spaces in the hangar include a theatre space with raked seating that’s ideal for presentations, screenings and launches, and the Miami room that’s suited to smaller events with a capacity for 28 theatre-style. First class, indeed.
You can arrange the finer details here