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The American Heritage Museum will be open all week from April 15-21 from 10am to 5pm daily for MA Spring Break Week! The Highland Street Foundation is providing free admission to the museum on Tuesday, April 16 for all visitors too! (no registration required). For all other days, save $2 per ticket by buying your tickets online at: ahmus.me/save2..#museum #familyfun #PatriotsDay #historymuseum #boston #visitma #WeAreMetroWest #metrowestma #metrowestboston #hudsonma #thingstodoinboston ... See MoreSee Less
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The American Heritage Museum will welcome a new addition to our Pacific Theater gallery in July - the Grumman / General Motors FM-2 Wildcat BuNo 57039 currently under an amazing restoration effort by the volunteers and staff of the Air Zoo in Kalamazoo, MI. The Wildcat will be on long-term loan from the National Naval Aviation Museum and will be unveiled during our WWII in the Pacific Re-Enactment Weekend on July 13-14. Read the full story: www.americanheritagemuseum.org/2024/04/american-heritage-museum-to-welcome-newly-restored-general... ... See MoreSee Less
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Reminder - We are hosting a terrific presentation and special tour by Gregg Pomerleau this Friday, March 29th, 1 to 4 p.m. Gregg is an AHM docent and former Master Gunner and tank platoon Sergeant.Hear Gregg discuss the history and technologies of tanks and how the concepts of building a better tank has advanced over the millennia. As part of this special presentation, Gregg will take participants on a personal tour through the American Heritage Museum’s collection to point out specific features on the tanks that he is highlighting in his talk. More information see: www.americanheritagemuseum.org/event/special-presentation-tank-technologies/ ... See MoreSee Less
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See our new American Heritage Museum shorts Youtube video channel hosted by the dynamic brothers Andrew and Matthew Ford. Here they feature compelling videos about the finer details in AHM's collection. Some of their segments include how to operate a M3 GMC gun breech, background on the Borgward B IV, why the IS-2's gun is so large and many more. See: www.youtube.com/channel/UCmqC1zBHV0EWZtdEQEhRCww or @AmericanHeritageMuseumShorts. ... See MoreSee Less
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M4 Sherman WWII Medium Tank Ride Gift Certificate

Get a gift experience of a WWII tank ride for two persons aboard the M4A3 Sherman Medium Tank at the American Heritage Museum in Hudson, MA. One rider will be assigned to the hull gunner position and the other rider in the turret for a thrilling 10 minute ride around our tank operating course by one of our professional tank drivers. Perfect for the World War II enthusiast in your life!

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 riders must be at least 5′ tall and be physically able to board and disembark from the tank without assistance. Due to physical constraints, all riders must have good mobility. All riders under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult.

Program Cost:
$595 Package for a Two Person Ride
(tax-deductible donation)

Order a gift certificate at the button below
or call 978-562-9182 to order.
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OPEN SPRING BREAK WEEK - April 15-21

The American Heritage Museum will be open for MA Spring Break Week (April 15-21) including Monday, April 15th and Tuesday, April 16th. Open daily from 10am to 5pm. Free Admission Day on Tuesday, April 16th funded by a grant from the Highland Street Foundation's Spring Week 2024 Program.