Daniel Smith, director at Skyrora, said: “This is quite feasibly the most important artefact linked to the UK’s space history.
“While our engineers have been working on our own launches, our STEM ambassadors have been arranging all of this in the background.
“We’ll be unveiling it in Penicuik later this month, not far from our headquarters and workshop in Edinburgh.
“With the UK Government aiming to make us a launch nation again, it seemed like the perfect time to bring Black Arrow back.
“We really hope the rocket will help to inspire current and future generations of scientists and engineers.”
The UK Space Agency has previously announced £2.5 million of funding for a vertical launch spaceport in Sutherland and Skyrora successfully completed its inaugural sub-orbital test launch north of the border last year.
Dr Graham Turnock, chief executive of the UK Space Agency, said: “Black Arrow is testament to Britain’s long standing heritage in the space sector which continues to thrive today.
“The Government’s Spaceflight Programme includes a series of education and outreach activities which I hope will play a major role in inspiring the next generation of space scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs.”