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Principal Conservator, Stuart McDonald cleans a Red Arrows Hawk at the National Museum of Flight. Image (c) Paul Dodd (4)

National Museum of Flight’s Red Arrows Hawk and Scotland’s Concorde mark major anniversaries

As the National Museum of Flight commences seven day opening for the new season this week, the East Lothian attraction is encouraging the public to come and see two of its most iconic aircraft as they mark significant milestones.

Harris Craig (9) watches curator Ailsa Hutton prepare a model at the National Museum of Rural Life. Image © Paul Dodds

Animal arrivals and family events herald new season at National Museum of Rural Life

The new visitor season at the National Museum of Rural Life in East Kilbride is springing into life with the arrival of new-born lambs, calves and rare-breed piglets. The galleries have been prepared and visitors will have the chance to enjoy special activities and events supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

National Museum of Flight, East Fortune, Scotland. Photo © Ruth Armstrong 01 (1)

Enjoy free entry to the National Museum of Flight as The National Lottery Open Week returns for Spring 2024

As a recipient of National Lottery funding, the National Museum of Flight in East Fortune is inviting players to visit for free on 16 and 17 March.