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:

The Beginnings
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


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.

Public Transportation

If using Utah Transit Authority (UTA), Routes 470, 604, and 640 stop at 1900 West and 5600 South, then it’s about a ten minute walk to the museum.


Admission into the Hill Aerospace Museum is free! However, monetary donations are welcome.

Operating Hours:

The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am – 4pm. The museum is closed on the following holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.

Food & Drink

Food and drink are not permitted inside the museum. However, water in clear containers is permitted during warmer months (May thru September). There are several picnic tables in the Air Park that visitors are free to use for snacking and meals.


To ensure the museum remains clean and safe, we do not permit pets inside the facilities. Registered service dogs are always welcome, though.

General Parking

Parking is free at the museum! Please note, the parking lot cannot be used as a park-and-ride and it will be locked at the close of the business day. Vehicles left overnight may be towed at the owner’s expense.

RV & Bus Parking

There is no dedicated RV or bus parking at the museum, however, larger vehicles can park on the west side of the parking lot if spaces are available.


The museum has several handicap accessible restrooms visitors can use while touring the collection, located in the lobby and in the Lindquist Stewart Fighter Gallery.


Photos or videos for personal use are permitted.

Photos or videos taken for profit or to promote a business, brand, or to be entered in a contest for monetary gain are not permitted.

Guests are not permitted to go behind the ropes, move any exhibits, or disrupt visitors to take photos or video.

Guided Tours

The Hill Aerospace Museum is happy to offer volunteer guided tours to groups of ten to one hundred people! This is an hour to an hour and a half tour that covers the history of Hill Air Force Base and Utah aviation. The museum offers tours Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00-3:00 P.M., and must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.

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