Hill Aerospace Museum
The mission of Hill Aerospace Museum is to portray the history of Hill Air Force Base, its tenant organizations and the assignments of the Ogden Air Logistics Center. Exhibits detail much of the history of aviation, from a 3/4 scale replica of the 1903 Wright Brothers 'Flyer' to fighter planes, helicopters and support aircraft.
The museum offers these major exhibits:
World War II
Dawn of the Jet Age
The Cold War
Keeping the Peace
Utah Aviation Hall of Fame
Women Air Force Service Pilots
American Aerospace Pioneers
The museum is open seven days a week from 9 am through 4:30 pm. Admission is free but monetary donations are accepted. The museum is closed on New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
A gate pass onto Hill AFB is not required to visit the museum. Simply take Exit 338 off Interstate 15 in Roy, Utah, and enter the museum grounds through the gate.
The museum is handicapped-accessible and there are public restrooms available. There are also tables and benches throughout the grounds, as well as seating throughout the indoor exhibit areas. No food service facilities exist at the museum itself, several area restaurants are located close by. No food or drink is allowed inside any of the museum buildings.
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