Hill Aerospace Museum

Hill AFB, UT

Where are we going?

Hill Aerospace Museum
7961 Wardleigh Road
Hill AFB
UT 84056

801 777-6868

What is there to do?

Located on about 30 acres of Hill Air Force Base, the Hill Aerospace Museum has over 1000 artifacts depicting the history of aviation in the US Air Force, Hill Air Force base and Utah, but it offers some great STEM based learning too!

Of course, this aerospace museum is home to some REAL aircraft too!

Kids can see a Blackbird up close, and learn about how there was only one C model ever built, and see a real A-17G "Flying Fortress" in person. Why do you think this aircraft got its name kids?

The Hill Aerospace Museum is home to fighter jets, and even helicopters, some great suspended displays, and some pretty HUGE aircraft too!

Don't miss visiting the Aviation Hall of Fame, where you can see how pretty heroic men and women who fought in these very jets, and contributed outstanding achievements to the US Air Force.  Kids might just walk away inspired!

There's even more history when you see a control tower from WWII, as well as a Wright Flyer dating back to 1903! Pretty amazing!

So get ready to FLY into your next family day out, with some pretty amazing historic aircraft!

How much does it cost?

Adults: Free admission! Donations accepted

Children: Free admission!


Need a little extra help?

The Museum is handicapped-accessible and there are public restrooms available. Wheelchairs are available at no charge on a first come first served basis.


When can we go?

9am - 4:30pm Monday to Saturday

Open year round but closed Sundays & on New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day.


Any top tips?

Get kids enjoying the Scavenger Hunt! This highlights many objects that are a part of the museum collection. The Museum Scavenger Hunt gives kids of all ages an opportunity to explore and to get better acquainted with some of the most interesting aviation-related artifacts in the United States.

I’m Hungry!

There aren't any food service facilities exist at the Museum itself, but a number of restaurants, fast-food outlets and convenience stores are close by.

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