Push the doors of Aeroscopia, and you will discover a museum dedicated to the history of aviation, housing a unique collection of aircraft.
Situated in Blagnac, near Toulouse, a world capital for the aerospace industry, Aeroscopia is home to more than thirty different airframes, each one playing their own part in the fabulous saga of aviation.
Tariffs and conditions
Free for children under 6 years old.
Adults : €14
Reduced tariffs * : €11
Annual Pass : € 26
Annual family pass:**: €80
*Reduced tariffs: minors, students, senior citizens, large families, job seekers, disabled persons.
** Family Pass: unlimited access to the museum for 2 adults + 2 children (valid for one year after the date of purchase, does not include guided tours).
Guided tour supplement: €3.50
Multimedia guide supplement: €3.00
Please note: a deposit cheque will be requested for smartphone loans.
Please note: we remind you that all minors must be accompanied in the museum.
According the French government latest measures the museum is currently closed
We apply sanitary measures
In order to enjoy your visit serenely, we have developed a signposted route which allows you to respect the barrier measures.
C’est pourquoi nous demandons à toute personne âgée de plus de 11 ans de porter un masque dès l’entrée du musée Mask is mandatory for every visitor older than 11.
We sell masks at our welcome desk (€0,95).
In order to limit contact and waiting at the cash desk, we recommend that you purchase your tickets online at http://www.billetterie.manatour.fr/.
You would be able to directly scan you e-tickets with your smartphone upon arrival.
The superjumboA380remains open with surprises inside.
You still can visit planesbutsome activites are closed.
Simulators still work.
You can rent audioguidesbut you are asked to bring your own earphones.
You can be assured that we are doing everything to welcome you safely to the museum.
See you soon!
Last admissions: one hour before closing time.
Due to high-alert Vigipirate regulations, please note that no luggage is allowed inside the museum. A luggage locker is available at reception.
A luggage storage is available
The aircraft hall is not heated, so we advise you to dress warmly during the winter season.
Are you ready to board ? Take off !
From the early hops of Clément Ader onboard Eole, to Airbus’ electric E-Fan prototype, you will understand how the work of enthusiasts, amateurs and professionals made Man’s dream of flight become reality.
Shaped like the fuselage of a large aircraft, Aeroscopia’s 7,000 square metre main hall shelters some of the most famous aircraft of history.
From the Grand Balcony overlooking the hall, the majestic Super Guppy welcomes you to the start of your visit and beckons you inside its cargo bay, where you can watch a short film that tells the story of aircraft production in Toulouse. Don’t forget to look for the flight controls that remain disconnected between the nose and the tail of the open aircraft… and contemplate the progress that has been made with the Guppy’s successor, the inimitable Beluga that we know today!
Take a few minutes to enjoy the view from the balcony and see what the museum has to offer: from large airliners to the ultra-light aircraft and gliders suspended from the roof structure as if transfixed in flight. As well as the Super Guppy, two other legendary aircraft await. Board Concorde and discover the forest of dials and switches in the cockpit capped by the long slender nosecone, then continue past the test engineer’s station to the small passenger cabin to the rear of the aircraft. A true journey into the past! One of France’s presidents was lucky enough to use this Concorde for official trips: can you guess which one?
A few steps more and another trip through time awaits: welcome onboard the Airbus A300B and its transparent floor. Imagine the ballet of loading and unloading cargo and luggage beneath your feet. Imagine the ballet of loading and unloading cargo and luggage beneath your feet.
Have fun while learning!
Six interactive themed exhibitions complement our collection of aircraft and invite you to test your knowledge… and your skills.
“Behind the Scenes of a Commercial Flight.” “Aviation Professions.” “Assemble your Aircraft.” “Flight Mechanics” “The French Air Force: Controlling the Sky” “Aviation Archeology” “Projecting the Future”
Have you ever dreamed of taking control of an airliner? Buckle up in the pilot’s seat of an A380 flight simulator and take off from Toulouse-Blagnac international airport. The cockpit hardware, the manual flight controls that are identical to the original aircraft, and the realistic cartography of the Toulouse region all make this a larger-than-life experience. And because no-one should improvise as an airline pilot, we highly recommend you read the simulator’s instructions carefully before taking the controls if you don’t want to fail at taking off successfully!
Your journey ends with the museum gift shop, which a choice of more than 1,200 articles to enjoy or to offer. Models, clothes, toys and books… You will be spoilt for choice for souvenirs of your trip to Aeroscopia The shop’s wide range of products for both children and adults will satisfy all tastes and all budgets. Ouverte sur les mêmes dates que le musée, de 9h à 18h30 (19h en période de vacances scolaires de la zone C) et accessible 24h/24 et 7j/7 en ligne sur la boutique e-commerce
Since the summer of 2017, La Ferme de Pinot, a fully renovated 18th century farmhouse, opened to the public and expanded Aeroscopia’s offer in providing new services for all audiences, including:
• professionals: two meeting rooms and a 67-seat conference theatre, welcoming businesses looking for an atypical setting for their meetings and events all year round. A visit of the museum or an Airbus factory tour will make an ideal compliment for an aviation-themed day. A visit of the museum or an Airbus factory tour will make an ideal compliment for an aviation-themed day.
• School groups: three classrooms for all ages, from preschoolers to high school students, offering workshops aiming to discover, experiment and understand.
• For all visitors: a documentation and archive centre; a true treasure-trove of information (books and photographs) about the local, national and international aviation industries, open to all.
Feeling a little hungry? The museum restaurant is open to all for a break with refreshments after your visit of the museum or of the Airbus sites. Weather permitting, enjoy the view from the terrace: you will have a choice between the museum tarmac on one side and Ailes Anciennes collection on the other. Aeroscopia: more than a museum, an invitation to travel!