Veterans can visit Estrella Warbirds Museum for free this Wednesday
Veterans will also be served a free lunch by volunteers
–On Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, the Estrella Warbirds Museum will be open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and all veterans from any military service will be admitted free of charge. Admission will be $10 for adults for one day only.
Guests who come early in the day, before noon, will be greeted at the museum by a team of volunteers who will be serving all veterans free hamburgers for lunch at the “noonday bell.”
If you haven’t been to the museum in a while, things might look a little different. For one; the city has been in the process of digging up Dry Creek Road so they can install new water and sewer lines and pave the road. Don’t worry, it’s still passable.
The museum has also added a new addition to Freedom Hall. The exterior is done, the interior is still being worked on. The museum has also been moving aircraft to better align some of the aircraft with like period planes. Some of the exteriors of the buildings may have been repainted since your last visit, and there are also new displays; not just artifacts, but also new vehicles in the Woodland Auto Display.
The event will be “socially distanced” and please bring your favorite face mask. The museum will limit the number of people in any building at any given time to a maximum of 50 people.