Bristol Industrial Museum

Defunct Aviation Museum Guide
 

Key Facts

Location:
Prince's Warf, Bristol
SatNav: Region:
BS1 4RN South West
Country:
United Kingdom
Admission:
Public
Category: Only Aviation:
Local Industry No
Aircraft Exhibits: Status:
circa. 1 Closed

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What’s Here

Located close to Bristol Docks on the River Avon, this museum concentrated on the industrial history of the Bristol area. Among the aviation exhibits were a Bristol Sycamore helicopter and a ‘walk-through’ Concorde engineering mock-up. A large collection of Bristol aero engines were also on show – many restored by the Rolls-Royce Heritage Trust, Bristol Branch.

Directions

On Prince’s Warf, south of the A4044 inner ring road.

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Visiting

Opening Hours:

This museum closed for refurbishment on 29 October 2006, and subsequently reopened in June 2011 as the ‘M Shed’, the Museum of Bristol.

Admission:

Not applicable.

Amenities:

Toilets, Parking, Souvenir shop, Access for the disabled.

List of Aircraft Exhibits

Displayed I.D. Aircraft Type Real Identity Condition Fate
Aerospatiale/BAC Concorde Fuselage mock-up Stored

Notes: Sycamore HR.14 XL829 was moved to The Helicopter Museum.

More Information

Bristol Industrial Museum, Prince’s Warf, Wapping Road, Bristol, BS1 4RN.

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  1. Hi,
    My course is coming to Bristol to do some photography round the docks. And i was wondering could we possibly come and have a look around and take some photographs?

    Louisa

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