• From October 1 to March 31, the museum is open Tuesday-Sunday, 10.00-17.00.
  • From April 1 to September 30, the museum is open Tuesday-Sunday, 10.00-18.00.
  • The museum is closed on December 25 and January 1.

The museum is located 20 to 30 minutes away from Paris, depending on the traffic and on the time you plan to visit. You can take the bus, the underground or the RER, and you can park your car, your motorbike or a bus in the car park of the museum.

The museum aircraft’s cockpits are not accessible to the public, but if you wish to visit some of the legendary the aircraft exhibited in the museum, feel free to with our  Boarding Pass ticket ! This pass enables you to see the cockpits of the Concorde, the Boeing 747 and the Dakota from the outside.

Allow about 2h30 for a visit, but if you are really curious or passionate about aviation and space, you will  most certainly enjoy spending the entire  day at the museum!

If you would like to get into the aircraft (Boarding Pass) or to attend a planetarium show, we recommend that you arrive in the morning (see peak hours).

Parents and accompanying adults need a ticket to access Planète Pilote as well, and are responsible for the children they are accompanying. In this edutainment area, they might even be able to help them by giving them some additional explanations!

You are allowed to smoke or vape on the tarmac and on the esplanade in front of the museum, but not in the halls and galleries inside the museum.

It’s a room with a domed ceiling on which a starry sky is projected and where you can comfortably sit. A speaker is there to explain and help you learn more about astronomy, the various constellations that exist or the solar system, depending on the programme you choose.

It is possible to park your camper in the museum’s car park. Visit this page for more information.

Animals are not allowed in the museum, except assistance dogs.

You need to be at least 14 years old to be able to visit the museum without an accompanying adult.

You can eat at L’Hélice Café. Enjoy its large room and lounge, its bar and its light meals to eat in or take away – theperfect place for lunch !

Whether you are alone or with your family, you are welcome to eat your snack in the picnic area located on the tarmac. Please be careful not to litter.

Visit this page to learn more about the spaces that you can rent for your events and our rental costs.

Unfortunately, they do not. A group must consist of at least 10 people who belong to a community (a school, a recreation centre, a work council, an association, etc). Groups composed of several private individuals (friends, families) do not belong to that category.

Booking is not compulsory if you would like to visit by yourself. However, guided tours, planetarium shows and activities must be booked in advance.

You can park your bus in the free car park with 8 parking spaces dedicated to buses, without having to book beforehand. The car park is located on the left side of the entrance hall of the museum.

Visitor regulations can be found here (in French).