Historic Wendover Airfield
Restoration

This airfield is the most original remaining and operating WWII training airfield in the country. The importance of this site to our national history is not surpassed by any other airfield in the country.  The ultimate objective of the 501(c) (3) non-profit public foundation, Historic Wendover Airfield (HWA), is to renovate multiple hangars, barracks and support buildings, allowing visitors to ‘step back in time’ and experience an original WWII training base.  Restoration of Historic Wendover Airfield is well underway with work completed or in progress on multiple buildings and exhibits.  The Control Tower, Norden bombsight storage vault, dining hall, barracks, navigational aids building, Officer's Club and the B-29 ‘Enola Gay’ hangar are all underway or completed.

 

DONATE NOW TO HELP RESTORE HISTORIC WENDOVER AIRFIELD

Thanks to many volunteers and donors.  

Major Donors include:

  • The Michelle and Hugh Harvey Family Foundation
  • The Larry H. Miller Family Foundation
  • The Utah State Legislature
  • The George and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation
  • Aragon Construction
  • Clay Perkins
  • John and Barbara Nau
  • Tim and Patricia Mellon
  • Mike and Christy Akatiff

Special thanks for all the in-kind donated work to:

  • The Navy Seabees – NCMB 17 Det 14 from Salt Lake City, Utah
  • The Experimental Aircraft Association, Salt Lake Chapter 23

CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE DONATION PAGE

 

 

 

Plan A Visit!

Come out to Historic Wendover Airfield and learn about our unique history.  Walk where they walked!


Address: 345 S. Airport Apron, Wendover, UT 84083

Hours of Operation: The operations center, fueling service and pilots lounge are all open from 8:00am to 6:30pm - 7 days a week. Museum hours are Monday to Friday, 11:00am to 4:00pm. Saturday, 9:00am to 5:00pm.  Closed on Sunday.

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