Event. Guided Tour of the Aeronautics Museum at the 709 Cognac-Châteaubernard Air Base

2019/09/13
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As part of the 36th edition of the European Heritage Days, the Cognac-Châteaubernard air base will be giving a guided tour of its Aeronautics Museum on September 21 and 22. Here is a preview of the tour.

As part of the 36th edition of the European Heritage Days, the Cognac-Châteaubernard air base will be giving a guided tour of its Aeronautics Museum on September 21 and 22. Here is a preview of the tour.

This is an exceptional opening and spaces are limited! As part of the 36th edition of the European Heritage Days, the Aeronautical Museum at the 709 Cognac-Châteaubernard “Commandant Ménard” air base is opening its doors to the public. Comprising four rooms, of which three house airplanes (North American T6, CM170 Fouga-Magister and TB30 Epsilon), the museum will also be hosting three special displays for the event: a model maker will be showcasing the different airplanes of aerobatic display teams from around the world, a collector will be showcasing exhibits that belonged to the base in 1939-1944, and there will be an exhibition presenting vintage military vehicles.

More military vehicles dating from World War II will also be part of an outdoor exhibit. Even though this is a free event, you will need to reserve your spot at the following address: musee.ba709@orange.fr Guided tours will take place in groups of twenty people. Please note that ID is required for entry!

Event. Guided tour of the Aeronautics Museum at the 709 Cognac-Châteaubernard Air Base September 21 and 22, 2019. Free entry. 709 Cognac-Châteaubernard air base, route de Barbizieux, 16100 Cognac-Châteaubernard, France.

the Aeronautics Museum at the 709 Cognac-Châteaubernard Air Base

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