A must see if in Barbadoes. Apparently one one the best Concorde Museums in the world as you actually get on board the aircraft. As a former pilot, I was most impressed at the detailed & technical knowledge of the hosts. They not only "knew" the aircraft well but spoke passionately about it's performance & unfortunately the demise.
Suggest that you plan to rtn home a couple hours early to check in your luggage at the airport. Then make the short walk to the museum that is adjacent. The is also a coffee shop at the museum but the gift shop is somewhat poor. Remember it is closed on Mondays which is too bad.
Safe landings Mike
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