What are the Museum's Hours of Operation?

The Hill Aerospace Museum will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm beginning Tuesday, January 12, 2021.

Questions can be answered by calling 801-825-5817.

How much is the entrance fee to the museum?

Admission to the Hill Aerospace Museum is FREE. However, monetary donations are greatly appreciated and go a long way to help maintain this expansive and historical collection of aircraft and military artifacts.

Does the museum provide tours?

The knowledgeable and friendly volunteers at Hill Aerospace Museum love answering questions and providing tours. They are happily volunteering their time to provide answers and tours to our wonderful visitors. We also have guided tours available by scheduling ahead, so be sure to give us a call before your visit.

**NOTE* During ther COVID 19 Pandemic, guided tours will not be available.

What movie is currently playing in the Theater? How much are the tickets?

The movie that plays in the museum theater each day is an informative piece that details the 75th Air Base Wing, Hill Air Force Base and the U.S. Air Force. Tickets, as well as admission to the Hill Aerospace Museum, are always free. Although donations go a long way to help maintain our collection of aircraft and artifacts from the U.S. military and Air Force.

Can I make reservations for a group?

You can make group reservations. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education-related groups can make reservations by contacting our education department at 801-775-3497.

Event reservations can be made by reaching our administrative assistant at 801-825-5817 or email at

Is there RV or Bus parking available?

There is no RV or bus parking available at the Hill Aerospace Museum. However, there is a large gravel parking area off Freeway Park Dr. west of the museum that some visitors use to park busses and large RVs.

How is the museum funded?

The Hill Aerospace Museum is primarily funded by the non-profit organization Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah (501(c)(3)). The foundation relies on donations to support the Hill Aerospace Museum. Along with monetary support, the foundation also provides aid to acquire artifacts for restoration and display, improve the museum’s facilities, help marketing efforts and more. Learn more about the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah here.

Is the museum wheelchair accessible?

The Hill Aerospace Museum is wheelchair accessible.

Are wheelchairs available?

The Hill Aerospace Museum has a limited quantity of wheelchairs and electric scooters free of charge at the desk in the first hangar.

Are pets allowed in the museum?

To ensure the Hill Aerospace Museum remains clean and safe for all visitors, we do not allow pets inside our facility. However, registered and qualified service dogs are always welcome.

How can I donate to or support the Museum?

There are many ways to support the Hill Aerospace Museum and the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah. The foundation is a non-profit (501(c)(3)) that provides capital support for museum improvement and expansion, and for those projects for which USAF funding is not available. Here are some ways you can support the museum and foundation:

How do I get more information regarding my relatives who served, or about the aircraft or exhibits?

Visitors will be able to access information about individuals who have served at no charge in the near future. We are working with Fold 3, an online company associated with for people that have served in the U.S. Armed Forces, to get an interactive display at the museum.

Who should I contact for information on donating artifacts?

If you would like to donate personal property to the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah to support the Hill Aerospace Museum, please contact Executive Director Robb Alexander at (801) 825-5936.

Some gifts require appraisal or advance approval in order to be accepted. Examples include rare books, artwork, artifacts and other items pertinent to the mission of the Hill Aerospace Museum. Find more information about giving to the museum and foundation here.