This permanent exhibition is completely devoted to the master flyer Saint Exupéry. It has images of his plane, drawings, letters and snapshots of his days of adventure. This mind blowing exhibit has found permanent residence at the Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace Paris. A visit to Paris is incomplete without a visit to this museum. Check website for times.
Arts & Museums
- Venue Description:
Musée 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.