The 1920s were rich with the spirit of adventure. Following WWI, the old world disappeared to be replaced with a new emergent society, eager to enjoy life and take risks. Aviation was in full swing on both sides of the Atlantic.
This autumn, a rich exhibition is celebrating these unique times set between 1919 and 1939 when aviation was front and center of modern times.
Over 300 pieces of art, aircraft, posters, publications and pictures, flight suits and more will be on display in the Museum.
A special Ciné-concert & Speakeasy evening is scheduled on 25 November from 5:30pm to 11:00 pm. Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the festive atmosphere of the jazzy early ‘20s, complete with a show of several classic movies of the era all themed on aviation, while enjoying cocktails at several pop up bars set in the iconic Art Deco styed Salle des Huiit Colonnes.