September means locals get half-off admission at World War II Museum

Locals can take advantage of some deep discounts at the National WWII Museum. The museum says it will offer half-off the price of regular admission to Louisiana residents during the entire month of September.

Photo courtesy: National WWII Museum

The “Louisiana Resident Discount Month” promotion includes most exhibits and galleries, including the newest permanent exhibit “The Arsenal of Democracy: The Herman and George R. Brown Salute to the Home Front,” which explores how the war was fought on the home front. There are a few exhibits that include an extra charge. For an additional $5, visitors can also choose to include the popular 4D exhibit “Beyond All Boundaries” or “Final Mission: The USS Tang Submarine Experience” with their admission.

In order to receive the September discount, residents must present a valid Louisiana driver’s license or state-issued photo ID at the museum’s ticket counter. The discount which is only available for walk-up purchases is a limited to four admissions per guest. Other discounts cannot be used in combination with the promotion.

The National WWII Museum is ranked the No.2 Museum in the nation and the top attraction in New Orleans by TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site.

Photo courtesy: The National WWII Museum

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