Go Behind The Lines At World War II Museum Tour

Dated: 08/16/2017

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For a fascinating, hands-on experience of World War II, check out the National World War II Museum’s Behind the Lines Tour. Historians and Museum curators will assist you on this 5-hour VIP tour during which you will view rare artifacts and sit in an authentic Sherman tank. This exclusive tour is offered every Friday (and Saturdays, seasonably) and is limited to 10 guests per tour. The tour begins at 9 AM and includes lunch at the Louis Armstrong Private Dining Room with one of the Museum curators, who will discuss what goes into the design and programming at the National World War II Museum. Also included in this special tour is a second day ticket to the Museum, a ticket to a viewing of Beyond All Boundaries at your convenience, and a ticket to experience Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Mission. To see the complete itinerary or for additional information, please see the following link:http://www.ww2museumtours.org/behind-the-lines/.  

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