Discover the power and majesty of American air power from the earliest days of the Wright brothers to the Second World War; from the Cold War to cutting-edge, modern aircraft of the 21st century.
With over 70 aircraft on display, and thousands of historical Air Force artifacts, Hill Aerospace Museum offers an incredible opportunity for discovery and excitement for the whole family! Founded in 1981, the museum is part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program and is supported by the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah. Whether it’s seeing the first aircraft ever manufactured, the lumbering B-17, the speed-demon SR-71 or the one-and-only F-117 Stealth Fighter, Hill is a perfect location to unlock your inner child. With free admission for visitors, Hill Aerospace Museum is a great destination all year long.
As we prepare to open our new gallery in Spring 2024, some of the aircraft will not be on display. We can't wait to share this new space with you so you can see the entire collection!
The Hill Aerospace Museum is excited to offer a new, virtual reality experience from an A-10 pilots perspective with footage taken in the local area from the Warthog’s cockpit!
Each experience offers four elements of the pilot’s mission — from takeoff at Hill AFB, low-level mountain maneuvers, soaring over the Utah Test and Training Range, and finally landing back at the installation. Each ticket is for 25-minutes in this immersive, unique environment found nowhere else!
If you have any questions, please call the Aerospace Center for Education at (801) 775-3497.Purchase Tickets
Hill Aerospace Museum is now offering Virtual Tours of a number of different aircraft. These Virtual Tours give you an up close and personal tour of both the exterior and the interior of the aircraft. Take a moment and take a look for yourself.View Our Virtual Tours
Hill Aerospace Museum is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the highest national recognition afforded the nation’s museums. Accreditation signifies excellence to the museum community, to governments, funders, outside agencies, and to the museum-going public.
Of the nation’s estimated 33,000 museums, approximately 1,070 are accredited. Hill Aerospace Museum is one of only six museums accredited in Utah.