Destination Hiller

Drones, Flight Simulators, Exhibits, and Fun!

Destination Hiller

Drones, Flight Simulators, Exhibits, and Fun!

Visit the Hiller Aviation Museum

The Hiller Museum is the perfect activity for the whole family. From Aircraft displays to exhibits, drones, and gifts.
We have something to inspire everyone at the Hiller Aviation Museum.
Open from 10 AM to 5 PM daily. Join us!

Here are just a few of our inspired activities.


Fly a drone!

Discover the fun and challenge of drone flight! Observe drone demonstrations, take the controls of a realistic drone simulator, and pilot an actual drone in the Drone Plex flight center during Try and Fly.


Flight Simulators

In the Flight Sim Zone, take a virtual flight across the Bay and see the world from the unique perspective of a pilot. Real pilots will show you how to control a Cessna 172. 


Invention Lab

This “mini makers lab” has new hands-on activities for kids, exposing them to STEM in a fun and engaging way. Here they can use the tools of science to explore aviation, aerodynamics, engineering, assembly, and design.


Explore your journey

From historic aircraft to interactive displays, we have something for everyone.


Hands-on inspiration

Get hands-on with our activities: flight Simulators, Drones, and Invention Lab.


School Programs

Field trips in science, technology, math, and engineering for Grades Pre-K through 12

Open Daily, 10 AM-5 PM, Including Weekends, and After School too!

We’re the perfect museum destination during Bay Area school breaks. Kids of all ages will have fun learning about S.T.E.M. through our exciting interactive displays.

Everyday Fun, Rain or Shine

We have a vast indoor area at the museum, so no matter what the weather, finding indoor fun is easier than you think.


Upcoming Hiller Events


The Hiller Aviation Museum is closed Easter Sunday, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
Closures also include select featured and private events.

This small Bay Area museum is a gem. I went with my father and four year old son. There were plenty of things for my son to see and do Some of the finer points of aviation history were lost on him, but he loved crashing the helicopter simulator

– Neal Audenaert