TOURS, TALKS & ACTVITIES
Discover the golden age of aviation inside this incredible Art Deco building, now home to Airbus.
Pegasus House opened in April 1936 as the headquarters of the Bristol Aeroplane Company. New Filton House (as it used to be known) is where many of the most iconic aero-engines and aircraft, including Concorde and those that helped decide the outcome of the Second World War, were conceived.
Book a tour: Take a tour and learn how Pegasus House’s story is intertwined with the evolution of Bristol’s aviation industry. A rare opportunity to walk the marbled halls of this sympathetically restored listed building, where of some of the finest innovators and pioneers in the history of aviation once walked.
Don’t forget to visit the Engineering Zone for talks and interactivities.
Tours run at multiple times on Saturday and Sunday, please book below.
Please Note: As a secure site, Pegasus House requires all attendees to complete a questionnaire upon registration.
Due to the sensitive nature of work carried out at the Airbus site in Filton, details of all visitors are required in order to comply with export control requirements.
The data is stored for five years on a secure encrypted server. Tickets will ONLY be confirmed on receipt of attendee details.