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I missed this on my first visit to Paris 5 years ago so it was on my list as 'must do' this time around. I was surprised it was free, but bought a ticket so that I could at least go inside the Concorde's. The...More
Good exposition. Free entrance.
But I recommend bought tickets to access inside the planes (Boeing, Concord)
For kids they have computer simulators for different planes and helicopters.
The hall of prototypes is amazing.
I enjoyed my visit to the museum. It was free to do most things but 9EUR per person to go onto the 747 and the concorde which I thought was reasonable. There are a number of exhibits to explore and informative information is provided. The...More
We had a great time at this museum. It's easy to get to via the RER B / #350 bus, although be prepared to wait awhile for the latter if you go on Sunday.
The planes are great; for 9 Euros you can walk around...More
This museum could use a face lift. There are plenty of static display, mostly French, civilian and military aircraft. The plexiglass cut-through Mirage F1 is particularly interesting as you get a nice view of the normally hidden parts ans subsustems.
9€ for an adult ticket...More
Sometimes it seems that aviation and space exploration only started in the US but we forget how much work, sacrifice and milestones were achieved on this side of the Atlantic.
The collection at the Air and Space Museum is a perfect representation of the French...More
We were staying near CDG on our last night in Paris and decided to take the afternoon to visit this museum.
Getting there by public transport: Probably the easiest way would be to take bus 350 which runs between CDG and the Paris Gare De...More
For aviators and people interested in aviation, an interesting place to visit. There you can do guided tours or go by yourself. You will learn about the history of iconics airplanes, like Concorde and B747. If you go with your kids there are flight simulators...More
Well, Eurodisney is way east of the city, and normally, you can get there directly on the RER-A train. However, this summer a section of that line is closed for repairs, so depending on where you're staying, you would have... More
Well, Eurodisney is way east of the city, and normally, you can get there directly on the RER-A train. However, this summer a section of that line is closed for repairs, so depending on where you're staying, you would have to work around that area by taking the metro. It would take about an hour to get there from central Paris, give or take.
Then, as I explained in my review, the Air & Space museum is about an hour north of the city using the RER-B train and the #530 bus.
Both of these are pretty much all day activities, so I would not try to do them both on the same day. Just one of them by itself is exhausting if you're going to get your money's worth (although the museum is MUCH cheaper).