Step back in time and get a glimpse of what life was like during World War II. Historic Wendover Airfield is the most original remaining Army Air Base and offers an experience unlike anywhere else in the world.Plan Your Visit
Wendover played a vital role during World War II and made significant contributions to the Manhattan Project, but it’s story has largely remained untold. Learn more about the amazing story of Historic Wendover Airfield.Read The History
The restoration of Historic Wendover Airfield is underway, but we need your help to save additional buildings, acquire new artifacts, and create an immersive experience unlike any other.Capital Campaign
We are preserving the legacy of the United States Army Air Forces at Wendover Airfield and the sacrifices of ordinary citizens and soldiers during the extraordinary events of World War II.
Our focus is to preserve the historic location and resources that were dedicated during World War II to developing the United States Air Forces into a formidable group that could help win the war. We are providing a venue that helps explain World War II history, promotes ongoing learning and helps develop an interest in the sciences and technology associated with aviation and engineering.
See how the Wendover Airfield was utilized in World War II as a unique part of the manhattan project.
We believe in preserving the legacy that has lived here in Wendover. In order to do so, we are focusing our efforts on restoring a number of buildings, aircraft, and other aspects of this historic airfield. We have completed several major projects and have plans to do many more.
This is one of the best ways to support the work that is going on here at the historic Wendover airfield.
Get a sneak peek at the various exhibits, buildings, and experiences you will encounter when you come for a visit by taking a virtual tour on our mobile app. It is free to download and is available in both the Apple app store and the google play store!
We want you and your family to learn from all the stories of the men and women that served our great country to protect the freedoms we have today. Take a look at some of the articles we have highlighted in our digital archives.