For the first time ever – the American Heritage Museum in Massachusetts and the Tank Museum in Bovington, England have teamed up to offer an extraordinary one-of-a-kind tank experience sweepstakes. Winner will go to the American Heritage Museum in Hudson, Massachusetts to drive the famous M4 Sherman tank and M24 Chaffee Tanks, then go to The Tank Museum in Bovington, England to ride in the legendary Tiger I tank during the April 27th, 2024 Tiger Day event.
Winner (and optional guest) will go to the American Heritage Museum in Massachusetts for a personally curated behind the scenes tour through the museum President Rob Collings, and the winner will DRIVE the fully restored / dual control WWII M4 Sherman and Chaffee tanks and a special tank destroyer with the guest as a passenger. Then, hop on an airline and travel to England to the amazing Tank Museum in Bovington, UK where the winner will be able to ride in the very rare Tiger I tank (with the guest spectating) during the popular Tiger Day on April 27th, 2024. This is the world’s only fully restored and running Tiger I tank! Nowhere else in the world will you find such an adventure in historic armor!
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About the American Heritage Museum:
Opened in 2019, the American Heritage Museum in Stow, Massachusetts (501c3 educational non-profit) features some of the world’s most rare tanks, armored vehicles, historic aircraft, and major military artifacts. The majority of the collection comes from the late Jacques Littlefield, who had amassed the world’s largest privately held collection of tanks and armored vehicles. The American Heritage Museum represents much more than just armor! At the American Heritage Museum, you explore America’s conflicts, beginning with the Revolutionary War to today through a series of immersive exhibits and experiences. You’ll discover, and interact with, our heritage through the History, the national effort developing new technologies of warfare, and the Human Impact of America’s fight to preserve freedom.
Requirements: For safety reasons, it is essential that winners must be able to climb in and out of the tank unaided. The winner must be over 1.5m (5’) and aged 18 or over.”