British Airways Concordes are located across Britain and overseas.
UK aviation enthusiasts can view the aircraft at Runway Visitor Park, Manchester, Museum of Flight near Edinburgh and Aerospace Bristol.
Two British Airways Concordes are on display in the US, at Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum, New York, and The Museum of Flight in Seattle.
Another Concorde was on display at a museum in Barbados but the attraction has been closed since July last year.
British Airways has a Concorde at its engineering base at Heathrow Airport.
The area is not open for visitors, but some passengers are able to see it when they land at the west London hub.
The interior of the Concorde was recently given a three-month refurbishment and a plan to put the aircraft on public display is expected to be revealed later this year.
There is also a fleet of three British development Concordes, which are at Fleet Air Arm Museum in Somerset, Imperial War Museum Duxford in Cambridgeshire and Brooklands Museum in Surrey.