Founded in 1919 to become an "aviation port" and inaugurated in 1973, the Air and Space Paris Le Bourget Museum is one of the first aviation museums in the world with more than 350 "authentic" dream machines on display. Witness to Man’s dream to conquer the skies, it is also the guardian of memory of the historical site it shelters: Paris-Le Bourget airport. 8 km to the north of Paris, over 18,000 m² of indoor exhibition space, it exhibits an exceptional collection covering all themes on air and space. Take advantage of the free access to the permanent exhibition (under 26 years old) or climb on bord the Concorde, a Boeing 747, the Super Frelon helicopter or an American war plane.
The Museum features several halls retracing the epic tale of aerospace development.
The beginnings of aviation, the very first flying machines, the first airships… Grande galerie !
Climb on board the two legendary supersonic planes : the Concorde prototype and the Air France Sierra Delta.
Arrival in January 2021 of the Jaguar A91. It is exhibited in the Hall Concorde.
Admire the Boeing 747, Ariane 1 and Ariane 5.
The A380, which arrived in mid-February 2017, is visible on the Tarmac but not yet accessible to the public. You can still walk around its imposing silhouette to admire it up close, between 10am and 5pm.
Discover this hall devoted entirely to space exploration!
The Control Tower of the Labro terminal, restored to its 1953 state, welcomes visitors on their visit to Le Bourget Air Museum. This control tower dates back to 1937 and has a glass dome of 6m in diameter.
The Air and Space Museum is free for the permanent collections and offers visitors a magnificent collection of aircrafts. However, there are many other reasons for visiting this museum. 10 reasons to go to the Air and Space Museum
Sit in the cockpit of an airplane, make a feul stop, view airport activity from the control tower, cycle in a space station, discover the planets in our solar system… These are just a few of the activities proposed to children. Dedicated area for children - Planète Pilote
Come and discover the restoration equipment and techniques of these mythical aircrafts that have made aviation's history.
Calendar of restoration workshops
Discover behind the scenes of le Bourget airport dedicated to business travel and all our visits about aviation.
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Situated in the town of le Bourget, the museum is open all week except on Mondays, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (until 6 p.m. from 05/01 to 10/31).
It is also open on public holidays (except on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th).
Fees of special collections and activities at the Air Museum.
Museum, special events, animation and visits of the two Concords, the Boeing 747 and the Dakota... You can choose between the several universes of the museum thanks to the numerous Passes part of the charged activities (planète pilote, simulation, planet visits, and planetarium).
You can book your ticket online before your entrance.
RER (ligne B/line B) station: Le Bourget, then bus 152
Bus RATP n°350 (Porte de la Chapelle - Paris)
Guided tours of the Air and Space Museum are also available to groups. It is entirely possible to couple a guided visit of the museum with another visit at another site to follow a thematic tour. Consult our offer on guided visits for groups for more information.