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Friday marks Veterans Day. To honor active military members, retired veterans and their families, some of America's premier attractions are offering free and discounted admission.
While some special offers are valid only for Veterans Day, many will extend for the duration of November.
Take your pick. The National Park Service is doing away with entrance fees at every one of America's national parks in honor of Veterans Day Friday.
National September 11 Memorial & Museum
Now through Nov. 13, veterans can receive free admission to New York City's National September 11 Memorial & Museum as well as half price tickets for up to two family members.
Veterans can get into Legoland Florida for free this Veterans Day and through Nov. 20. Plus, they can get half price tickets for up to six guests.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Thanks to Goodyear, active military members and veterans get free admission to the Pro Football Hall of Fame this Veterans Day and the entire month of November with proof of I.D.
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What's more, they can bring up to one guest in at no charge.
Milwaukee's Harley-Davidson Museum will offer free admission to active military members, veterans and their families this Veterans Day weekend.
SeaWorld's theme parks across the country offer free tickets and discounts for active military members and veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.
The Long Beach, California attraction is free to active and retired military personnel and their families Friday.
Now through Nov. 14, military families can receive free admission to Virginia's historic Williamsburg, a museum come to life.
Knott's Berry Farm
Veterans and those currently serving can get into California's Knott's Berry Farm amusement park for free along with one guest through Nov. 18 as well as Nov. 28 through Dec. 16.
Veterans can also score six discounted tickets to the park.