A circuit to get to know the museum and discover through the collection the roots of the history of Toulouse aeronautics. The visit is punctuated by stops around the historic fresco, the 3 emblematic planes of the museum but also under the planes, for more technical points such as the operation of the engines, flight controls...
Discover an exceptional collection at your own pace!
Mediators are on hand in the museum to answer your questions, guide you or draw your attention to certain pieces in the collection. Let yourself be surprised by finding them for immediate boarding, offered impromptu in the museum.
The aeroscopia museum offers school visits from kindergarten to high school, guided by mediators and specially designed in partnership with the Toulouse Academy.
These educational visits aim to make young people aware of history, science and technology.
Educational passports accompanied by their activity sheets are available for download. These documents will allow you to prepare your students for the discovery of the museum with: activity sheets and educational tracks that can be used in class before or after your guided visit.
Contact for more information on prices and reservations: visits only by reservation by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pedagogical contact: a teacher in charge of mission is at your disposal to help you prepare the visit of the museum, present every Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon (by appointment): sebastien.valenza@ ac-toulouse.fr
TOURS FOR ALL
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 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.
The restaurant is accessible to all. We offer you a map in large characters . A personalized welcome is reserved for you. A dedicated space is offered to the visually impaired.
Find all the information on the Accessibility page
We offer several visit themes:
The collection: this entry allows the visitor to freely access the presentations of each aircraft and to learn more about certain historical or technical aspects. Each presentation sheet offers "Find out more" that can be consulted at any time.
Guided Tour: two geolocated routes offer a visit adapted to the profile of visitors.
“In the uniform of…“: an augmented reality surprise for fun!
Practical Aeroscopia: to find all the practical information for getting to the museum and organizing your day there.
The courses are offered in French, English, Spanish, German and LSF.
You can hire a video guide on site for €3 in addition to your entrance ticket (depending on availability of equipment)