Hill Aerospace Museum
The Mission of the Hill Aerospace Museum is to Educate and inspire all ages through history, with a focus on the United States Air Force, Hill Air Force Base, Utah Aviation, and unique learning experiences.
Welcome to the Hill Aerospace Museum, the free museum in Roy Utah that is a part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program. Located at the Hill Air Force Base, just 5 miles south of Ogden, this museum displays planes, missiles, and other aerospace gear and exhibits covering Air Force history. The museum is located on 30 acres and first opened to the public in 1986.
Hill Aerospace Museum sees around 320,000 visitors each year, the guests eager to see over 70 aircraft on display inside two onsite galleries and an outside airpark. There are thousands of artifacts throughout these areas depicting the history of aviation of the United States Air Force, Hill Air Force Base, and the State of Utah in general.
We highly suggest your group takes part in the onsite STEM education program, which is housed within the Lt. General Marc C. Reynolds Aerospace Center for Education. ACE, as it is more commonly called, inspires over 37,000 K-12 students each year, bringing aerospace history to life. Your group will have the chance to explore the extensive onsite collection including ordinance and munitions, aerospace ground equipment, military vehicles, uniforms, and historic artifacts.
Before you go stop by the Flight Line Gift Shop to pick up souvenirs, books, toys, and models, then consider stopping at the Utah Aviation Hall of Fame, the onsite space paying tribute to individuals from Utah with heroic accolades as civil or military aviators.