Virtual Tours

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.  To open the virtual tour, click on the Virtual Tour's title below or on the "Click for More" button on the photograph.

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B-17G “Flying Fortress”

Step inside this famous World War II bomber! The B-17 was first introduced in 1935 and was the first Boeing military aircraft with a flight deck instead of an open cockpit... Take the Tour »

C-140 Jetstar - "Air Force One"

Walk through a former Air Force One plane! President Lyndon B. Johnson used this C-140 "Jetstar" during his presidency and it has been restored to how it would've looked then... Take the Tour »

SR-71 "Blackbird"

This plane needs no introduction. The SR-71 is best known for its world record speeds, many of which were set without pushing its full capabilities... Take the Tour »

C-119G "Flying Boxcar"

The C-119 "Flying Boxcar" was manufactured to carry cargo, military personnel, hospital patients, and drop troops and supplies by parachute into areas where aircraft could not land... Take the Tour »

8th Air Force Exhibit

Completed in 2022, this exhibit tells the history of the 8th Air Force, their involvement in World War II, and their connection Utah and Hill Air Force Base... Take the Tour »

C-124C "Globemaster II"

The C-124 "Globemaster II" is the aircraft that greets you when you walk up to the Hill Aerospace Museum! Step inside to see what makes up this massive aircraft... Take the Tour »

ICBM Launch Control Center

The Launch Control Center (LCC) is the primary operations center for monitoring the status of the Minuteman Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) and if a launch order was issued by the President of the United States, the missile crews in the officer launch crew.... Take the Tour »

C-47 "Skytrain"

The C-47 "Skytrain" carried personnel and cargo, towed gliders, dropped paratroopers and flares for night bombing attacks, hauled supplies and evacuated the wounded during both World War II and the Korean War. Additionally, they served in transport, gunship and... Take the Tour »

KC-135E "Stratotanker"

The KC-135 "Stratotanker" refuel fighter, bomber, and cargo planes. To transfer fuel, the KC-135 carefully flies above and matches the speed of the recipient plane. Fuel is pumped through a flying boom connecting the two aircraft... Take the Tour »

P-51 Mustang

Take a look at this amazing fighter that was deployed for over 40 years, being used in World War II and the Korean war. It was claimed to have destroyed over 4,900 enemy aircraft... Take the Tour »

Sikorsky MH-53M Pave Low IV

The USAF used the MH-53M Super Jolly Pave Low IV for special operations to enter enemy territory. These aircraft were capable of operating day, night or in bad weather. They conducted long-range, low-level missions to insert, extract... Take the Tour »