Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace was originally situated in Meudon after World War I and was moved to Le Bourget in ... More
Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace
Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace was originally situated in Meudon after World War I and was moved to Le Bourget in 1975. This was where Charles Lindburgh had landed after his 33 hour flight from Long Island. With a unique collection of more than 180 machines, the museum covers the aerospace era from the 1879 heavier-than-air glider Massiat-Biot to the Ariane rocket. You will also be amazed to see the interesting exhibition with the balloon theme - Le Temps des Ballons, the chief fighting aircraft of the French Air Army since 1950 and the beautiful aircraft of World War II.
This château has two significantly inspired events. One was the tragic downfall of Fouquet, a minister who paid the price
of life imprisonment because King Louis XIV was jealous of his beautiful château. And under the influence of Fouquet, ...
Opened in 1952, Musee de la Castre truly strives to promote art. Its collections reflect the interests of 19th century
Musee de la Castre, ethnographers, antiques enthusiasts and art lovers. You'll find an impressive collection of Mediterranean artifacts from ...
Situated almost at the foot of the Tour Eiffel , the Palais de Chaillot was built on the hill of
Chaillot by the architects Azema, Louis Auguste Boileau and Jacques Carlu for the Great Exhibition of 1937. This Neo ...