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Air and Space Museum, Le Bourget
Categories: Science Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
Occupying over 150,000 sq m (1.6 million sq ft) of land and hangars, Air and Space Museum is one of the oldest aviation museums in the world. The collection includes more than 19,500 items, including 150 aircraft, and materials going back to the 16th century. You can also view modern air and spacecraft, including a Concorde prototype and Swiss and Soviet rockets. The museum has the only known remaining piece of L'Oiseau Blanc. This 1927 aircraft attempted the first transatlantic crossing from Paris to New York. A new exhibit is dedicated to the future of stellar physics and planetology. Kids will enjoy the activity program detailing a real cockpit. Take a look at our Le Bourget vacation trip planner to schedule your visit to Air and Space Museum and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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I am an aircraft designer by education and trade. For me the place holds many technical wonders and information. From early days to more recent technologies and developments. For others the place may ... read more »
tout sur l'aviation de clément ader au concorde.à recommander pour les enfants qui découvriront ce musée de l'air.les parents seront aussi intéressés par l'évolution de l'aviation.everything about aviation of clement ader at the concorde.a recommend for children who discover this Museum of the air.les parents will be also interested in the evolution of aviation.show original
Musée très sympa. Parfait pour une sortie en famille ! Grand espace, prévoir une journée entière et quelque chose à grignoter.Very nice Museum. Perfect for a family outing! Large space, provide for a whole day and something to nibble on.show original
Has a great collection starting from the earliest aircrafts in aviation history to the latest birds. Also on permanent display are two variants of the Concorde, including Concorde 001 which chased the longest solar eclipse of 1973 Recommended visiting time : 2 - 3 hours
Good collection of planes from various eras. However the main attraction of the museum is the 747, Concorde, and DC-3. These areas will cost money as the rest of the museum is free.
Very good museum. The only downside was that the Airbus simulator experience required you to speak fluent French to partake.
Awesome place for kids and adults who love planes and espace!!!!
One of the best aviation Museums in Europe. A must see in Paris.
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