Concorde 216 - or Alpha Foxtrot - was the last of the fleet to be built, and the last to fly. It is now a visitor attraction adjacent to the runway at Filton.
Underneath the wing you can see the full curve of the amazing supersonic jet which was jointly made by the British and the French.
Inside Concorde, the luxury is immediately apparent with comfy leather seats and more legroom than most modern planes.
Out of these tiny windows, passengers could see the edge of space while Concorde flew higher than 55,000ft.
The cockpit of Concorde is a real treat for gadget fans with more knobs and buttons than you could ever wish for.
The cockpit has space for four - the pilot, co-pilot, flight engineer and a spare 'jump seat'.
Alpha Foxtrot's maiden flight was in 1979 from Filton airfield under the control of Brian Trubshaw.
Mr Trubshaw flew the first British flight of the jet on 9 April 1969 between Filton and Fairford.