Welcome to Hill Aerospace Museum. It is located on the northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base and comprises of 30 acres of land. The museum was founded in 1981 and opened 5 years later. It operates within the guidelines of United States Air Force Heritage Program and aims to collect, interpret, preserve, and exhibit materials related to Air Force history, particularly those that pertain to the state of Utah.
Hill Aerospace Museum, Utah is home to an array of historical missiles and aircrafts. These items require constant maintenance, conservation, and various up keeping measures. The exhibits often take copious amounts of time and work in order to be ready for display. Currently, they are restoring several aircrafts and missiles for exhibition that include Boeing jets and Broncos.
The Hill Aerospace Museum is dedicated to providing an exceptional and safe learning setting in order to inspire the next generation of pilots and Airmen. Take part in one of their educational programs that range from hands-on, to kite-building, to lectures pertaining to flight and the Air Force. The museum also organizes outreach programs that send presenters out to schools around the US to host talks and activities for students. The programs and activities tie into the Utah State core curriculum at each grade level.
Be sure to stop at the Flight Line Museum before you leave! It retails various aerospace items. Plus, you can be confident that your dollars are well spent – the proceeds go directly to supporting the museum and its future.
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