If you visit Barbados, try to take the time to visit the Concorde airplane. Years ago, the Concorde flew between London and Barbados at a high cost for the very affluent.
Today, the handsome airplane sits in a museum surrounded by souvenirs of her flights. First you see a movie projected on to her hull. Then you can walk by display cases filled with the crew uniforms, china, and other reminders that airplane travel wasn't always a chore.
The best part of the attraction is when you can board the airplane, sit in the leather seats, and look at the most intricate cockpit that I have ever seen. This attraction is well worth the time of anyone who has an interest in airplanes.
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