Boeing 747 de nuit au musée de l'air et de l'espace

Museum of Air and Space

Embark on a journey into one of the world’s largest aeronautic museums, and step into the heart of aviation and spaceflight exploration.

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Covid-19 information : a health pass or a test taken within the last 48 hours is required at the entrance.

At the Paris-Le Bourget airport north of Paris, the Museum of Air and Space, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, houses an impressive collection of aircraft and spacecraft. Settle yourself comfortably inside the planetarium with the whole family; hop on board a Boeing 747 or the Concorde; try your hand at flight simulators and learn how to pilot a plane, discover legendary aircraft such as the Dakota, emblematic of the Second World War. Sitting inside the plane, you experience a unique situation, putting yourself in the shoes of an allied paratrooper at the time of landing. Stress, noise….. you will not be spared anything ! The museum is overflowing with fun and exciting activities for all.

A fun and educational experience

The free permanent exhibit delves into mankind’s dream of conquering the skies, from the mythical flight of Icarus, to the Concorde, plus flight machine prototypes. Paintings, photos and models will enlighten your understanding of these spectacular machines.

Discover the “Planète Pilote” area dedicated to activities for children ages 6-12-years-old, where kids can learn how to fly a plane using a flight simulator, sit inside a cockpit, or discover what life is like inside a real space station.

Bring the kids to the Space Exploration hall, where they will learn all about Spoutnik, Voyager and Apollo. The icing on the cake: space rocket models Ariane 1 and 5 are displayed outside the museum!

If your timing is right, every two years at the end of June, don’t miss the Salon du Bourget and its aerial demonstrations.

To complete your visit, just a 15-minute walk away you’ll find an outpost of the Gagosian gallery displaying monumental works of art, and designed by Jean Nouvel.

TOP TIP: The admission ticket to the Museum of Air and Space is included in the Paris Region Pass.

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Access and contact

Aéroport de Paris - Le Bourget
3 esplanade de l'Air et de l'Espace
93350 Le Bourget

ar: exit 5 on the A1 motorway (parking on site at an additional cost).
Public transport: - RER B "Le Bourget" + bus 152 - Metro line 7 "Fort d'Aubervilliers" + bus 152 - Bus 350 "Porte de la Chapelle" / Roissypôle

Days and opening hours

From 01/04 to 3009 between 10 am and 6 pm. Closed on Monday.
From 01/10 to 3103 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:
    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.


  • Car park
  • Restaurant


  • Room hire
  • Shop


  • Children&#039;s entertainment
  • Temporary exhibition


Spoken languages

  • French

Guided tour languages

  • English
  • French

Documentation languages (home)

  • German
  • English
  • French
  • Russian
  • Japanese

Bulletin board languages

  • English
  • French

Single mean time tour

90 mins
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Pratical informations

  • floor-level pathways
  • pathways that change levels are offset by a sloping surface
  • adapted access control to the car park
  • reserved and adapted parking space located close to the entrance of the site
  • parking spaces laid out and connected to the road or building by an accessible pathway
  • reception desk easily identifiable and accessible
  • free admission for one accompanying person
  • free admission on presentation of proof of entitlement
  • the accessible entrance is the main entrance
  • staff informed or trained
  • specific tariff policy
  • manual entrance door
  • accessible information plates
  • all documentation graspable
  • performance room with a reserved space
  • multimedia content access system
  • spaces equipped with reserved spaces and adapted to people in wheelchairs
  • floor-level establishment
  • wheelchair loan
  • seated area available
  • seated areas available (several spread out across the entire site)
  • présence d’un lave main dans les sanitaires adaptés
  • accessible communal toilets
  • toilets: transfer direction onto the toilet seat to the right
  • toilets: transfer direction onto the toilet seat to the left
  • Communal staircase adapted for secure movement
  • elevator
  • visual intercom
  • adapted access control to the car park
  • acceo: instant speech transcription and visio-interpretation in French sign language (LSF)
  • reception/information desk equipped with a hearing assistance system with a magnetic loop
  • reservation/contact via SMS and/or email
  • reservation possible by webcam
  • staff trained in French sign language (LSF)
  • uniform signage to help people find their way around
  • text/image signage
  • performance or tour assistance aids
  • visual alarm with flashing light in isolated spaces
  • intercom equipped with a hearing assistance system with a magnetic loop
  • audiovisuals are in French sign language (LSF)
  • subtitled audiovisuals
  • independent visit possible
  • guided tour in French sign language (LSF)
  • guided tour in international sign language (ISL)
  • guided tours with lip reading
  • guided tours with an amplifying device
  • guided tours with a magnetic loop device
  • floor-level pathways
  • adapted opening hours (morning performances)
  • children's programme
  • family tariffs/free admission for children
  • secure and closed establishment
  • large lockers or left luggage lockers for pushchairs
  • possibility to leave pushchairs at the cloakroom
  • floor-level establishment
  • baby carrier loan
  • pushchair loan
  • toilet facilities suitable for children (toilet seat and washbasin height)
  • changing table
  • children's/family applications for the tour
  • children's visit booklets/games
  • pushchairs accepted for the tour
  • floor-level pathways
  • Pathways that change levels are offset by a sloping surface
  • pets accepted on site and during guided tours
  • reception desk easily identifiable and accessible
  • reception/information desk equipped with a sound amplification system
  • free admission for persons aged over 60
  • Offer adapted to seniors
  • cloakroom
  • documentation in enlarged characters
  • floor-level establishment
  • wheelchair loan
  • magnifying glass loan
  • cane wheelchair loan
  • seated areas available (several spread out across the entire site)
  • horizontal support rail
  • diagonal support rail to enable the seated person to raise themselves up easily
  • communal staircase adapted for secure movement
  • stairs compensated for by a lift or an elevator
  • Legible information plates
  • Specific accessible information plates (large characters)