WonderWorks Branson is saluting all veterans and active-duty military personnel by inviting them to explore the upside-down house for free this Veteran’s Day. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are roughly 16.2 million military veterans in our country, and WonderWorks wants to say thank you the best way they know how. With valid military identification, all veterans and active military personnel can get free admission to WonderWorks’ exhibits on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2023. Additionally, any family members who tag along are eligible for a discounted military rate of only $20.99, plus tax. Tickets give each guest full access to all the fun and interactive exhibits WonderWorks has to offer.
“We are proud to honor members and families of the military here at WonderWorks. Vets are invited to visit us this Veteran’s Day to make some new memories with their loved ones,” says Brenda Dent, general manager at WonderWorks Branson. “Thank you for your service!”
To redeem the special free admission offer and get the discounted family member offer, valid military or veteran identification must be presented at the door. This Veteran’s Day deal is WonderWorks Branson’s way of showing their appreciation for all that those veterans and active-duty personnel have done and continue to do for the nation.
While exploring WonderWorks Branson, guests will want to visit the American Pride exhibit, which was created in partnership with the United States. Army. Keeping in line with the other exhibits throughout the facility, American Pride looks at the country’s military through a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) lens, sharing how each branch is active in STEM education and highlights the different STEM professions within the services. It also showcases the core values of being a soldier, giving guests a sense of pride and understanding for what they do. If you have been involved directly or indirectly with the military and have an object, document, or picture that you believe to be part of history and wish to have it on display at WonderWorks, visit the website to submit it for consideration.
Additionally, WonderWorks offers those in the community a space to host military reunions or a unique place to visit on an excursion with any military reunion held elsewhere in Branson. They provide exciting exhibits and activities for guests of all ages, making it an ideal addition to any group’s itinerary. Friends, family, and comrades can come together in one place to make new memories and spend time together. All military reunion groups are eligible to receive a complimentary hospitality room with the purchase of any food and beverage package. Military reunion planning at WonderWorks can be done online.
“WonderWorks is a great spot to host your next reunion. We’ve got attractions that everyone will love, group rates, food options, and more. Tell us about your reunion needs, and we’ll create a customized event package to make your visit the best it can be,” added Abigail Mayes, a member of the group sales team at WonderWorks Branson.
WonderWorks Branson offers over 100 interactive exhibits that are STEM and STEAM-based. They also offer various STEAM activities and eventsthroughout the year. They host an annual youth art contest, teacher appreciation days, educational field trips, a National STEM Day event, and more. They also provide team-building activities, corporate event space, group rates, family reunions, and more. There are numerous event packages and group rates available with advanced reservations. WonderWorks Branson offers over 46,000 square feet of family-friendly, engaging activities. To get more information or purchase tickets, visit the site:https://www.wonderworksonline.com/branson.
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