Just 10km away from Paris, relive man's conquest of the sky at the Air and Space Museum.
The Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace is one of the world's leading aeronautical and space museums, due to its age and the richness of its collections. Located at Paris-Le Bourget airport, Europe's leading business airport, the Air and Space Museum is also a site museum and a living place, in direct contact with contemporary aeronautics. On this mythical location, the cradle of world aviation and the scene of numerous exploits, it offers visitors who walk through its tarmac, halls and galleries a real experience through the history of the conquest of aerospace.
In December 2019, the Air and Space Museum opened its "Grande Galerie" dedicated to the pioneers of the air and the Great War. Completely renovated, the historic Paris-Le Bourget terminal is an exceptional showcase for unique collections, presented in a redesigned, open and uncluttered scenography. Aircraft, aerostats, models, uniforms, photographs, prints, posters or original art objects: a rich collection to discover as you wander around, revealing many surprises!
From 01/04 to 30/09 between 10 am and 6 pm. Closed on Monday.
From 01/10 to 31/03 between 10 am and 5 pm. Closed on Monday.
Full price: 16 €
Reduced price: 14 €
Group adults: 12 € (Groups of adults and children: fixed price from €250 per group of 25 people
School and extracurricular groups: free visit to the museum; package from €175 per group of 30 people
For more information, please visit the museum website: https://www.museeairespace.fr/groupes/).
Free entry for children < 4 years, accompanying guides, people with reduced mobility.
Included in the Museum Pass
19-25 years: 8€ (free without the visit of the planes)
4-18 years: 6€ (free without the visit of the planes)
Other optional activities for a fee: Planet Pilot, Planetarium, Simu-Pilot, Guided tour, Control tower.