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Aeroscopia

Aeroscopia

2 Allée André Turcat, Blagnac, 31700

The Basics

Most people visit Aeroscopia independently from nearby Toulouse. Features at the museum include retired commercial and military aircraft, model planes, flight simulators, and a collection of aviation photography. A themed area covers aviation-industry careers, and an aircraft-assembly area allows visitors to customize their own Airbus blueprints.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Aeroscopia is a must-visit for anyone interested in aviation.

  • Note that the museum hall is not heated, so bring warm clothes if you’re visiting during the winter months.

  • There's a restaurant and gift shop on-site.

  • The museum is wheelchair-accessible, with loaner wheelchairs, walkers, and strollers available at the front desk.

  • Aeroscopia offers facilities for the hard of hearing and braille panels for the visually impaired.

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How to Get There

Aeroscopia is located in Blagnac, a suburb north of Toulouse. It's about a 20-minute drive from the Toulouse city center or 10 minutes from Toulouse-Blagnac Airport, and there’s plenty of free on-site parking. The Aéroconstellation tram station is about a 15-minute walk away; from here it takes about half an hour to reach Arènes in Toulouse.

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When to Get There

Aeroscopia is open daily, including public holidays, from morning to evening, with last entry an hour before closing. Note that the museum is closed annually for a week in January; check the calendar if you plan to visit during that time.

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The Airbus Factory

Many visitors combine a visit to Aeroscopia with a trip to the Airbus Factory, a short walk away. Four 90-minute visiting times are offered throughout the day, during which guests can learn the ins and outs of aircraft manufacture. You’ll even get the chance to peer inside an A400M.

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