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HOLIDAY HOURS AT THE AMERICAN HERITAGE MUSEUMJust a reminder, we will be open on Wednesday, Nov. 24th but we will be closed on Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, Nov. 25th. We will be OPEN on Friday, Nov. 26th and open through the weekend (11/27-11/28) - so, if you're looking for an activity for visiting family, please make the AHM a destination!Another reminder that the AHM will be CLOSED to the general public on Saturday, December 4th and will be only open to ticket holders for the WWII Symposium that day. For more details about that event (tickets on sale until Nov 26) at www.americanheritagemuseum.org/event/ihi-ahm-symposium-reconsidering-pearl-harbor/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday, December 4th, the American Heritage Museum will host a WWII symposium: Pearl Harbor - Inevitable or Infamy? The P-40 Tomahawk - world's last fully restored and flying fighter that survived the attack on Pearl Harbor - will be the backdrop. This is an exclusive catered event with a stellar line-up of speakers. Deadline for tickets is Friday, November 26th. For tickets and more information see: www.americanheritagemuseum.org/event/ihi-ahm-symposium-reconsidering-pearl-harbor/ ... See MoreSee Less

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We hope you will join us at the AHM this Friday for a talk by author Dr. Steven Eames on his book Rustic Warriors. Starts at 1:00 PM. Standard museum admission. For more information see: www.americanheritagemuseum.org/event/speaker-series-rustic-warrior-by-dr-steven-eames/ ... See MoreSee Less

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The American Heritage Museum welcomes our veteran community this coming Thursday, November 11th, in celebration of Veterans Day. Museum admission is free on Veterans Day for all veterans and active duty personnel from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Thursday. Please bring your VA ID card or DoD DD 214/215 for verification. Please join us at 11:00am for a special ceremony in the museum in remembrance of all who have served. Advance purchase of tickets is not necessary, please purchase or verify admission at the front desk. ... See MoreSee Less

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*Special Event:WWII Symposium at AHM - December 4th.Pearl Harbor - Inevitable or Infamy?On December 7th, 1941, the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service attacked the United States naval base at Pearl Harbor. The assault would plunge the United States into a second world war that ultimately resulted in the deaths of over 418,000 Americans and an unfathomable 70 to 80 million worldwide. Coined by President Roosevelt as the “day of infamy,” the attack on Pearl Harbor and declarations of war on the United States four days later by Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy propelled the United States into a war on two sides of the world – the Pacific and European theaters.Now, 80 years later, the attacks on Pearl Harbor still invoke feelings of patriotism and sadness. Our country changed forever after December 7th, 1941. The history that leads to this pivotal moment and its aftermath continues to affect our world’s nations, democracies, and civic order.The American Heritage Museum will host an extraordinary symposium called “Pearl Harbor – Inevitable or Infamy.” During this exclusive day-long discussion we will explore what lead up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the major battles that ensued and its aftermath.This is a special event exclusive to symposium participants. Lunch will be served as well as coffee and refreshments and personal tours through the amazing American Heritage Museum are part of the event. For tickets and more information see: www.americanheritagemuseum.org/event/ihi-ahm-symposium-reconsidering-pearl-harbor/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Become a Member of the American Heritage Museum

Membership to the American Heritage Museum is your way to assure we keep the collection on display and growing each year. Your donation will provide critical funding to aid in the maintenance, restoration, and operation of our historic collections. Most importantly, you will help us to continue to carry on the mission to honor our veterans and educate future generations about their importance in history.

Annual Memberships
Annual Memberships include one year of unlimited admission as outlined below to the American Heritage Museum and the Wings of Freedom Tour, free admission or discounts to special event tickets at the American Heritage Museum, a 10% discount to the museum store or PX, a window decal, and a subscription to member publications.

Student Membership – $35 Annually for Students 18 and Under – Membership for one student under 18 years of age.  Includes unlimited admission for to the American Heritage Museum and Wings of Freedom Tour visits for one year, member card, a CF and AHM window decal, free admission or discounted Special Event tickets (see event for specifics), 10% off gift shop purchases, subscription to all member publications, and the opportunity to apply to volunteer at the American Heritage Museum.
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Individual Membership – $60 Annually – Membership for one person includes unlimited admission for to the American Heritage Museum and Wings of Freedom Tour visits for one year, member card, a CF and AHM window decal, free admission or discounted Special Event tickets (see event for specifics), 10% off gift shop purchases, subscription to all member publications, and the opportunity to volunteer at the American Heritage Museum.
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Participating Membership – $100 Annually – Membership for one person includes unlimited admission for to the American Heritage Museum and Wings of Freedom Tour visits for one year, member card, a CF and AHM window decal, free admission or discounted Special Event tickets (see event for specifics), 10% off gift shop purchases, subscription to all member publications, and the opportunity to volunteer at the American Heritage Museum.  Also includes a $50 voucher to use toward a flight or tank driving/riding experience.
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Dual Membership – $100 Annually – Membership for two adults and includes unlimited admission for to the American Heritage Museum and Wings of Freedom Tour visits for one year, member cards, a CF and AHM window decal, free admission or discounted Special Event tickets (see event for specifics), 10% off gift shop purchases, subscription to all member publications, and the opportunity to volunteer at the American Heritage Museum.
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Family Membership – $140 Annually – Membership for up to two adults and all children 18 and under in the same household. Includes unlimited admission for two adults and all children 18 and under in the same household to the American Heritage Museum and Wings of Freedom Tour visits for one year, member card, a CF and AHM window decal, free admission or discounted Special Event tickets (see event for specifics), 10% off gift shop purchases, subscription to all member publications, and the opportunity to volunteer at the American Heritage Museum.
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Lifetime Membership
A Lifetime Membership to the Collings Foundation and American Heritage Museum includes unlimited admission for two adults and all children under 18 in the household and up to five additional guests (family or friends) to the American Heritage Museum and Wings of Freedom Tour events, also included are two (2) experience certificates for a Wings of Freedom Tour bomber aircraft flight or two (2) experience certificates for an AHM Tank Ride Experience. Also includes special discounts to special event tickets at the American Heritage Museum, a 10% discount to the museum store or PX, a window decal, and a subscription to all member publications.

Lifetime Membership – $2500 One Time Contribution – Support the Collings Foundation and the American Heritage Museum in a major way while enjoying lifetime benefits.
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