Balloon Makers

This is the amazing collection of the world’s wackiest hot air balloons. Cameron Balloons, in Bristol, are the leading maker of hot air balloons in the world – producing between 150-200 a year. They have made all types of balloons – from world-record-breaking balloons – to weird and wacky shapes, film characters, space shuttles and even an upside-down balloon. The company was started in a basement flat in 1971 by Donald Cameron, an aeronautical engineer.

This is the amazing collection of the world's wackiest hot air balloons. Cameron Balloons, in Bristol, are the leading maker of hot air balloons in the world - producing between 150-200 a year. They have made all types of balloons - from world-record-breaking balloons - to weird and wacky shapes, film characters, space shuttles and even an upside-down balloon. The company was started in a basement flat in 1971 by Donald Cameron, an aeronautical engineer.

This is the amazing collection of the world's wackiest hot air balloons. Cameron Balloons, in Bristol, are the leading maker of hot air balloons in the world - producing between 150-200 a year. They have made all types of balloons - from world-record-breaking balloons - to weird and wacky shapes, film characters, space shuttles and even an upside-down balloon. The company was started in a basement flat in 1971 by Donald Cameron, an aeronautical engineer.

This is the amazing collection of the world's wackiest hot air balloons. Cameron Balloons, in Bristol, are the leading maker of hot air balloons in the world - producing between 150-200 a year. They have made all types of balloons - from world-record-breaking balloons - to weird and wacky shapes, film characters, space shuttles and even an upside-down balloon. The company was started in a basement flat in 1971 by Donald Cameron, an aeronautical engineer.

This is the amazing collection of the world's wackiest hot air balloons. Cameron Balloons, in Bristol, are the leading maker of hot air balloons in the world - producing between 150-200 a year. They have made all types of balloons - from world-record-breaking balloons - to weird and wacky shapes, film characters, space shuttles and even an upside-down balloon. The company was started in a basement flat in 1971 by Donald Cameron, an aeronautical engineer.