Our Response to Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Updated:  August 2, 2021

The safety of visitors and employees of the Hiller Aviation Museum is our top priority.

The museum is open daily, Monday through Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm.

Masking Requirements

Mask required for everyone regardless of vaccination status, including children ages 3 and up.  

San Mateo County health order, August 2, 2021

Click here for CA state COVID-19 guidelines.

Public Events.

Events and gatherings were curtailed under COVID social distancing rules.   But with the State of California reopening as announced on June 17, 2021, social distancing rules for museum-sized events have been rescinded.  Accordingly, we plan to return to our schedule of special events, unique programs and activities this summer.  Stay abreast of developments and announcements on our website and subscribe to our e-News for a weekly email summary.

Thank you for your support. Please stay healthy and we look forward to seeing you at the museum.

Measures We Have Taken

The Hiller Aviation Museum has adopted a Health and Safety Plan in accordance with state and County guidelines to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.  Masks or face coverings must be worn in certain circumstances by all visitors, staff and volunteers per state guidelines.   See below for mask guidance in the museum.   Hand sanitizer is readily available throughout the museum.  The admissions and point-of-sale area is fully protected with plexi-glass and an online payment system is in place to reduce contact as much as possible.

For information about exhibits and programs that are open and those that are closed, please read our FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions page.

Planning your visit during the COVID-19 pandemic

To create a safe environment for all visitors, staff and volunteers, please follow these guidelines from State of CA when visiting the museum.

  • Do not enter the facility if you have COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Follow masking guidance below:

Mask required for everyone regardless of vaccination status, including children ages 3 and up.

Click here for August 2, 2021 San Mateo County health order.

Click here for CA state COVID-19 guidelines.


CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR FAQ (what's open, what's closed).