Dezerland offering free admission to Orlando Auto Museum for military members on Veterans Day

Active duty and retired military and service personnel will get a chance to explore the museum for free!

Dezerland's Military Pavillion. (Wellons Commmunications)

ORLANDO, Fla – Dezerland Park is recognizing Veterans Day with a special offer for active and retired military personnel.

The attraction will give free admission to the Orlando Auto Museum on Nov. 11.

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To honor the military history of the United States, service members and their families will be able to visit the Military Pavillion, which showcases vehicles from America and its past wars and conflicts.

“Dezerland Action Park appreciates the sacrifices members of the armed forces have made for our country every day and we’re excited to honor them and their families this Veterans Day,” said John Goodman, vice president of sales and marketing at Dezerland Action Park Orlando in a press release,

There is a feature exhibit of a DUKW amphibious vehicle that was used by the United States in World War II. The museum is Florida’s largest auto museum, home to over 2,000 vehicles.

In addition to the Military Pavillion, visitors can travel in time and check out the Gatsby Room, Bat Cave room, Cars of the Stars or take a stroll down Main Street USA.

The free entrance only applies to active and retired military personnel. Families will get a special 50% discount on the tickets.

In addition to the exhibits, Dezerland Park offers a variety of indoor attractions such as a go-karting track, arcade games and bowling.

For more information, and to purchase family tickets click here,

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