The first plane to land on Barbados did so in 1913. The island would eventually be frequented by the famed Concorde aircraft for years to come. Only 20 Concorde planes were built in Earth's history, and one of those found its final resting place on the island in 2003. Those interested in technology and aviation will love the Barbados Concorde Experience.
This high-tech interactive aircraft museum takes visitors on an adventure through time and space. Adjacent to Grantley Adams International Airport, the Concorde museum was established in 2007 and is hard to miss.
The experience includes instruction on the history of flight and how it shaped the planet; introductions on the concept of supersonic flight; dazzling multimedia presentations; simulated flight experience, and so much more. Be sure to double check the schedule of this specialty museum to avoid missing out on a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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