The museum IS NOT located on the US Air Force installation and is accessible to all. The museum’s address is 7961 Cottonwood St, Hill AFB, UT 84056. If coming from any direction on I-15, take Exit 338, then head east on 5600 South. Follow the road as it curves around, then turn left (east) at the light, then immediate left (north) onto the airport grounds, and follow the road down to the parking lot.
If using Utah Transit Authority (UTA), Routes 470, 604, and 640 stop at 1900 West and 5600 South, then it’s about a ten minute walk to the museum.
Admission into the Hill Aerospace Museum is free! However, monetary donations are welcome as they enable us to maintain the national collection and keep the doors open. Download the museum brochure here.
The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am – 4pm. The museum is closed on the following holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.
Food and drink are not permitted inside the museum. However, water in clear containers is permitted during warmer months (May thru September). There are several picnic tables in the Air Park that visitors are free to use for snacking and meals.
To ensure the museum remains clean and safe, we do not permit pets inside the facilities. Registered service dogs are always welcome, though.
Parking is free at the museum! Please note, the parking lot cannot be used as a park-and-ride and it will be locked at the close of the business day. Vehicles left overnight may be towed at the owner’s expense.
There is no dedicated RV or bus parking at the museum, however, larger vehicles can park on the west side of the parking lot if spaces are available.
The museum has several handicap accessible restrooms visitors can use while touring the collection, located in the lobby and in the Lindquist Stewart Fighter Gallery.
Photography and video are permitted at the museum. Media entities must contact Hill Air Force Base Public Affairs (801-777-2284) before they can operate in the museum or on its grounds.
The museum can host a myriad of events, to include retirements, conferences, parties, weddings and more. Please visit our Event Reservation page here to learn more.
While in the museum, we ask guests to be respectful by not running, raising their voices, or touching the collection or exhibits.
The museum has a limited quantity of wheelchairs and electric scooters free of charge. These items are available at the kiosks in both galleries.
Preschools & Paper Helicopters:
- Preschools, daycares, and other organizations are welcome to visit the museum without an appointment. Simply sign in at the front desk with the school’s or organization’s name and ZIP code. For an interactive experience, the catwalk in front of the Aerospace Center for Education is a great place to drop Paper Helicopters from. For the Helicopters template, check out our Education Resources. For a short educational video visit our STEAM Video Series.
- School Groups visiting the Aerospace Center for Education: Our programs span a variety of STEAM topics, and are aligned with the Utah State Core Curriculum. More information can be found on our Education Programs page. To schedule a visit, please email email@example.com
- School Groups touring the museum only: If your group would like to visit the museum without an appointment in the education center, you simply need to sign in with the front desk, giving your school’s name and ZIP code when you arrive. There are volunteers who can answer questions students might have, and there are several Scavenger Hunts that you are welcome to print out beforehand for students to use.