Visitors to the Hill Aerospace Museum may find themselves a little overwhelmed at the sheer volume of aircraft on display.
At first arrival, guests will be bombarded by our Bomber Alley, which includes a B-52 Stratofortress, B-29 Superfortress and a C-124 Globemaster just outside our main entrance. Upon entry of the Major General Rex A. Hadley Gallery, visitors will be greeted by man’s first journey into the skies in the form of a Wright Flyer and a Burgess-Wright Flyer. Surrounding these aircraft are their progeny, with aircraft from the Second World War, including the P-38 Lightning, P-51 Mustang and B-17 Flying Fortress.
Further along, guests will discover the Lindquist Stewart Fighter Gallery, which houses our post WW2 and modern airframes. These include the F-111 Aardvark, F-15 Eagle, F-16 Fighting Falcon, A-10 Warthog, an SR-71 Blackbird and many, many more. Enthusiasts will be delighted to know the museum also boasts a restored F-117 Nighthawk “Stealth Fighter.” Please remember, excessive drooling is a slipping hazard.
For a comprehensive overview of our full aircraft layout, click the link below to download the Hill Aerospace Museum Aircraft Layout Map.