Veterans

November 7, 2018
 

The following attractions have Veterans Day specials

Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach
Free Admission Nov. 11, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. with valid service ID for veterans and military personnel.

Battleship Iowa, San Pedro
Admission to the Veterans Day festival is free and all are welcome. Free self-guided tour admission will also be available Nov. 10-12 for veterans, as well as current service members, with valid military I.D.

Knott’s Berry Farm, Buena Park
Knott’s Berry Farm is offering Military Tribute Days with free admission to active duty and retired military, and veterans. This offer is valid Nov. 1–15, and Nov. 26–Dec. 21, 2018, and covers admission for the service member and one guest. Additional tickets may be purchased by the Military I.D. holder at a discounted rate.

Lyon Air Museum, Santa Ana
Veterans, retired military and active duty military will receive free museum admission to the Lyon Air Museum on Nov. 11.

Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes
Veterans and active duty military personnel ski or ride free on Veterans Day.

USS Midway Museum, San Diego
Free admission for veterans and active military members and their families Nov. 10 and 11. Maximum of four admissions per military ID. Activities include a Veterans Day Parade along Harbor Drive, blood drive, live entertainment, KidZone, giveaways and more.




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