The museum is open every day, from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. except during school holidays (last entry possible at 5 p.m., one hour before closing).
During zone C school holidays, the museum is open every day from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. (last entry possible at 6 p.m.). The museum is closed on December 25 and January 1. December 24 and December 31: 9.30am-5pm. Open all other public holidays.
Free for children 6 and under
Adults: 14 €
Reduced rates *: €11
Annual pass: €26 (annual pass reduced to €20)
Family pass**: €80
*Reduced rates: minors, students, seniors, large families, job seekers, disabled people.
**Family Pass: unlimited access to the museum for 2 adults + 2 children from the same family (validity: 1 year from the date of purchase, excluding guided tours).
Guided tour supplement: €3.50
Video guide rental supplement: €3.00
NB: a deposit check will be requested for any loan of equipment.
Please note: we remind you that all minors must be accompanied in the museum.
GROUPS (FROM 10 VISITORS)
Schools / Colleges / High schools / Students / Disabled people: 9 €
Guided tour supplement (25 people maximum): €80
Supplement for videoguide rental: €3 / person
AEROSCOPIA MUSEUM + LET'S VISIT AIRBUS
1 entry to the museum + 1 guided tour Let's visit Airbus:
Adults: 24 €
Schools / Colleges / High schools / Students / Disabled people: 18 €
AEROSCOPIA MUSEUM + ANCIENT WINGS
1 entry to the museum + 1 entry to the Ailes Anciennes Toulouse (invoicing 20 visitors minimum):
Schools / Colleges / High schools / Students / Disabled people: €13.10
Combined visit prices (Airbus + aeroscopia museum):
You have the option of taking a combined Airbus + aeroscopia museum tour and benefiting from a preferential rate at the museum counter on presentation of your reservation.
Airbus visit + aeroscopia museum:
- Full price: 25€
- Reduced price: 21€
- Free for children 6 and under
Airbus XL visit + aeroscopia museum:
- Full price: 29€
- Reduced price: 26€
- Free for children 6 and under
Useful information :
Luggage storage is provided free of charge available to visitors at the entrance to the museum.
Reservations are required for groups from Monday to Saturday depending on the schedule. Visits are conducted in French, English and Spanish depending on the program (German, Italian and Chinese subject to availability, for groups only).
Photo/video cameras and pets are strictly prohibited on the Airbus site . Luggage storage is available in self-service for individuals and by reservation for groups.
Identity document required on the day of the visit: valid and original passport or identity card (no digital version on phone or tablet or photocopy). Please note that driving licenses are not accepted.
Nationals outside the European Union : Passport only
Reservation two full working days before the date of the visit (this period takes into account non-working days: Saturday, Sunday and public holidays).
Map - Access - Transport
You are a group and you want to organize a visit? Contact our Reservation Service.
Meeting address: Aeroscopia Museum - Allée André Turcat 31700 Blagnac
Line T1 - Courthouse / Aeroconstellation: Beauzelle-aeroscopia stop. A marked path will guide you to the aeroscopia museum (10 minutes).
By car :
- Follow Blagnac Airport
- Take Exit N°4 North Airport Sector
- Follow D902 Beauzelle - Seilh
- Take Exit N°902.3 Zac Aéroconstellation
- 1st roundabout: 3rd exit on the left
- 1st street on the right: visitor parking lot of the aeroscopia museum, at the end of the Allée André Turcat.
Tourism and Handicap
Focused on the future and innovation, its facilities offer visitors an immersive experience while remaining accessible to all. Opened in January 2015 in Blagnac, near the Airbus factories, the aeroscopia museum retraces the history of aeronautics up to the present day.
The vocation of the aeroscopia museum is multiple: to discover the history of aeronautics and its local roots in Toulouse-Blagnac, to promote the transmission of scientific and technical aeronautical knowledge and know-how, to make young people aware of the professions of aeronautics and encourage vocations.
The news of the aeronautical city, a major player in scientific and cultural culture, is rich. The museum offers a dense program all year round, which is aimed at all audiences for the transmission of knowledge and know-how.
Workshops, courses and activities offer the youngest the possibility of discovering the world of aeronautics in a fun and interactive way, with the presence of professionals to accompany them as best as possible in their learning. Local or national events, such as Heritage Days or the Science Festival, allow the public to discover the city differently.
The aeroscopia museum has been labeled Tourism & Handicap for the 4 types of impairment: cognitive/psychological, auditory, motor and visual since April 18, 2016.
The aeroscopia museum has involved people with disabilities in the cultural mediation project to better adapt the services offered. Access is priority and without waiting at the museum's access tripods for people with disabilities and their companions.
Guide-lecturers, reception and security agents are trained to welcome, inform visitors and provide them with more comfort when moving around the museum spaces. Inside the museum, an SSIAP agent is specially responsible for welcoming people with disabilities.