Air and Space Museum
From 01 Oct 2022 to 30 Mar 2023
One of the most important aeronautical museums in the world! Travel to the heart of the space conquest with its planes, satellites and spacecraft.
Visit the interior of a Boeing 747, from its cabin to the holds, discover the Air Force fighter planes since the 50s, closely observe the Ariane rockets; or, climb into the Concorde, one of the musts of the visit ... The Air and Space Museum presents an impressive collection of planes and spacecraft.
The museum returns to the conquest of the sky, from the flight of Icarus to the science fiction novels by Jules Verne; unusual prototypes of flying machines up to Concorde. The numerous paintings, photos and models on display provide educational light essential to understanding these spectacular machines.
- Recommended in bad weather
- Science and technology
- War memories
- Aeronautics Space
- Wheelchair accessible with assistance
- Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
- WC + grab bar + circulation space
- The museum does not currently offer specific tours for visitors with mental disabilities.
All museum halls and the tarmac are wheelchair accessible. However, there are passageways in some halls which are only accessible by stairs. Elevators and access ramps are also available at certain locations. If necessary, the museum can provide wheelchairs free of charge. The withdrawal is made at the museum ticket office against the delivery of an identity document (identity card, passport, driving license).
Accessible guided tour.
The Air and Space Museum provides two electric wheelchair stair climbers for people with reduced mobility (PRM). These two seats allow access to the visit of the Boeing 747, Dakota and Super Frelon. You can make the request as soon as you arrive with our hostesses
The museum does not currently offer specific tours for visitors with hearing impairments.
Some areas of the museum are equipped with a magnetic loop:
- Hall de la Cocarde: animated model of the Mirage F1 and touch screen of
- Super Hornet Helicopter
- Caquot room
- Roland Garros Auditorium
- Room rentals
- Animals: Animals not accepted except guide dogs for the blind
- Free the first Sunday of the month
Included in the Paris Museum Pass: free access
19-25 years old: € 8 (free without visiting the planes)
4-18 years old: € 6 (free without visiting the planes)
Other optional paying activities: Planet Pilot, Planetarium, Simu-Pilot, Guided tour, Control tower.
- Free for less than 4 years
From 01/04 to 30/09 from 10 a.m. to 18 p.m.
Closed on Mondays.
From 01/10 to 30/03 from 10 a.m. to 17 p.m.
Closed on Mondays.