Space and Air Museum
The Space and Air Museum is a brilliant museum celebrating the exploration of the skies, through air and space travel. A unique feature of this museum is its location, resting on the site where Charles Lindbergh successfully landed his plan after the first ever transatlantic flight. The museum follows the timeline of this milestone and the milestones we’ve reached beyond this such as the amazing feats of space exploration and travel that have happened thanks to decades of research and resilience. This impressive facility now houses more than 174 historic models of plane, including the oldest remaining example of a Massis-Biot glider dating back to 1879, the 1908 Wright Airplane and the infamous Concorde.