Created in 1987 by fans of aviation, the museum is 25000m² wide (with 5000m² in buildings) and shows today more than 66 airplanes.
You will be able to see: - SV4C Stampe, - Mirage 2000, - Mystère IV, - Mirage III Suisse, - Mig 23, - Dassault models, - A flight simulator, - Radio-transmission equipments thanks to its transmissions museum: o Transceivers from 1930 to 1980 o Marines & Air Force engines, o COTAL radar (pulse fire radar) o A radio amateur station (indicatif F4KIK).
You will also be able to see: - A Caravelle (and come inboard), - A DC7 cockpit, - A Mirage IV A n°31, - A Jaguar, - A Breguet Alize still being renovated, - A Potez 36-13 being renovated, that will be the only sample to fly in the world when it is finished.
The museum is open everyday: - Working days: from 09h00 to 12h00 and from 13h30 to 17h00 (from November to March), open until 17h30 in April & October and is open until 18h00 in July & August, - During week-ends and bank hollidays: from 14h00 to 17h00 (from Novembre to March) and from 14h00 to 18h30 (from April to October) Disclaimer : The management team of the destination has the possibility to change the opening days and hours without prior communication.
A wheelchair is available to disable people. The full museum is accessible.
Museum welcoms also scolar groups and apprentices.
The museum participates fo numerous airshows with its OV-10 Bronco.