Tom HillCurator at Hot Springs National Park
Tom Hill is the Curator at Hot Springs National Park, responsible for the management and preservation of the park’s museum collection, archives, and research library. He was born and raised in Hot Springs and graduated from Hot Springs High School. Tom holds an Associate’s degree from Garland County Community College, Bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Bachelor’s degree in History from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, and a Master of Science in Museum Studies from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. He moved back to Hot Springs in 2011 after working for nine years for the United States Air Force History and Museums Program as Curator at Hill Aerospace Museum at Hill Air Force Base in Utah. Prior to that he had served as curator at the Octave Chanute Aerospace Museum in Rantoul, Illinois, and worked several years in the aerospace industry.