Hiller Aviation Museum

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Hiller Aviation Museum
Hiller Aviation Museum front.JPG
The front of the Hiller Aviation Museum. A Rutan Long-EZ is on the roof.
EstablishedJune 1998
LocationSan Carlos, California
TypeAerospace museum
FounderStanley Hiller Jr.
Website[1]

The Hiller Aviation Museum is an aircraft history museum located at the San Carlos Airport in San Carlos, California. The museum was founded by Stanley Hiller in June 1998.[1] and is endowed by members of the Hiller family. It specializes in Northern California aircraft history and helicopter history. The museum is also an affiliate within the Smithsonian Affiliations program.[2]

Permanent exhibits[edit]

This museum has more than 50 aerospace vehicles along with companion descriptive displays concerning the history of flight. Some of the exhibits include:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Costantinou, Marianne (2006-04-23). "Stanley Hiller Jr. -- designed helicopters, created museum". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 2017-06-17.
  2. ^ "Affiliate detail: Hiller Aviation Museum". Smithsonian Affiliations. 2011. Archived from the original on 2017-02-02. Retrieved 2017-06-17.
  3. ^ Hiller Flying Platform
  4. ^ Boeing 747-100 Nose Section and Cockpit
  5. ^ Grumman HU-16-RD “Albatross”

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Coordinates: 37°30′45″N 122°15′11″W / 37.5124°N 122.2531°W / 37.5124; -122.2531