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Looking for a great museum to visit over February school break week? Visit us at the American Heritage Museum. See some of the world's most rare tanks, armored vehicles and aircraft. Experience the WWI trench, see the Clash of Steel and talk with some of the greatest docents in the world! Open all week, Monday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. www.American Heritage Museum.org ... See MoreSee Less
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The American Heritage Museum will be open all through February school break (next week! 2/19-2/23). Bring the kids for fun scavenger hunts, board games, show and tell and more! ... See MoreSee Less
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The response on our search for Sue Tharp or Sue Thorp from Evansville, IN who worked at Republic Aircraft from 1944-1945 has been tremendous... below is a YouTube video you can share with some video of where her signature is. See it at: ... See MoreSee Less
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As our restoration team in Florida works on the P-47 Thunderbolt restoration, we have uncovered an amazing piece of history that we need your help with! As we removed the components of the turbosupercharger (turbocharger) section in the aft fuselage, we found the name of a "Rosie the Riveter" who likely helped construct the aircraft (P-47D-40-RA s/n 45-49167) in late 1944 at the Republic Aircraft factory in Evansville, IN. We think her name is "Sue Tharp" or "Sue Thorp" with a middle initial of "V"? We'd love to find her, if she is still with us, or her family. Is there anyone from the Evansville, IN area that might know or remember Sue? Any leads, email us at ahm@collingsfoundation.org! ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you WBZ / CBS News Boston for honoring Holocaust Remembrance Day at the American Heritage Museum on January 27th, underscoring the importance of educating future generations on the horrors that took place before and during WWII. A German rail car from 1913 that was used to transport Holocaust victims sits on display at the American Heritage Museum in Hudson. ... See MoreSee Less
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M24 Chaffee WWII Light Tank Driving Training Program Gift Certificate

Give the gift of a thrilling experience like no other, the M24 Chaffee Driving Experience at the American Heritage Museum in Hudson, MA. This hour-long program gives the participant a full lesson in how to start, operate, and drive the light tank that served in three wars! The participant will then spend a thrilling 20 minutes of driving the M24 through our tank course as the sole driver on the left side drivers position with a professional tank instructor teaching you from the right seat! It’s a great arm workout for participants!

Gift Certificates never expire and covers the cost of the ride package, even if prices increase in coming years.

Gift Certificates come in handsome presentation folders with a frameable certificate along with redemption instructions and other materials from the American Heritage Museum – a perfect package for a gift! Certificates are sent as a physical mail package to either the giver for a gift at a later date, or it may be directly mailed to the recipient with a gift message.

All proceeds from our WWII tank experience programs benefits the American Heritage Museum, a 501c3 non-profit organization. All donations for tank experience programs are considered a tax-deductible contribution.

Restrictions: All gift certificates are redeemed at the American Heritage Museum in Hudson, MA. For safety, all driving participants should be 16 years of age or older and be at least 5′ 2″ tall and have good physical strength (especially arms) to drive. All participants must be physically able to board and disembark from the tank without assistance.

Program Cost:
$995 Per Person for the Driver Training Package
(tax-deductible donation)

Order a gift certificate at the button below
or call 978-562-9182 to order.
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OPEN PRESIDENTS DAY WEEK - February 19-25

The American Heritage Museum will be open for Presidents Day Week (February 19-25) including Monday, Feb 19th and Tuesday, Feb 20th. Open daily from 10am to 5pm.