Learn about everything related to aeronautics and space, just 10 minutes from Paris: from the first planes in history to flight simulators, as well as space exploration. Enjoy it with the whole family!

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3 Esplanade du Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace, BP 173
93352 Le Bourget

The first aeronautical museum in the world

The Air and Space Museum is the richest and oldest museum devoted to aeronautics and aerospace in the world. You can see a Concorde, a Dakota, and a Super Frelon. Take a trip into space in the planetarium: a specialist will guide you across our solar system and beyond.

Much of the museum's activity is devoted to the whole family. The Planète Pilote area is an educational play area for children aged 6-12. Children can enter a realistic cockpit, fuel the plane, and discover how air carries a plane, or why rockets need to move at great speeds, thanks to 40 interactive activities. The flight simulators will delight young and old alike, who can learn how to fly. While they're intended for children aged 7-14, parents are also welcome! Take the controls, follow the flight plans and procedures, and learn all about the instruments!