Your culture attendant: things to do in Biggleswade

A THING TO DO TODAY

BIGGLESWADE
Price: £15 (adult)
Time: 2-3 hours
The world's oldest airworthy aeroplane - the 1909 Blériot XI - is one of the highlights of the extensive range of early aircraft at the Shuttleworth Collection, off the A1 near Biggleswade. Among dozens of historic aircraft, step back into the time of propellers and goggles and explore how humanity first took to the skies.
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BIGGLESWADE
CENTRAL BEDFORDSHIRE
52.08652, -0.26493


Sunrise: 04:06
Sunset: 20:08
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