Wendover Airfield Museum

345 S. Airport Apron
Wendover, UT 84083- Map It
(435) 665-2308

AAA Editor Notes

Wendover Airfield Museum is at 345 S. Airport Apron. Operating between 1942 and 1969, this is one of the most intact World War II-era training airfields in the country. A museum housed in the operations building, just south of the control tower, has exhibits pertaining to this former Army airfield and Air Force base. Aircraft models, vintage flight instruments, flight gear and military uniforms are displayed. An 8-minute video is shown in the former pilot's lounge on the main floor. One-hour guided tours of the base, which includes an atomic bomb loading pit, are available.
Museum admission by donation. Guided tour fee $10; free (ages 0-12).
Hours: Museum daily 8-6:30. Last admission 1 hour before closing. Guided tours require a minimum of four people; reservations are recommended. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.