The National World War II Museum is gearing up for its annual WWII Air, Sea and Land Festival. This weekend-long fest will include an array of interactive experiences, guest speakers and live entertainment.
Held on the grounds of the New Orleans Lakefront Airport, fest-goers can expect both condensed and full-length air shows, flight and vehicle demonstrations, and historical presentations by World War II Veterans.
Additionally, The National World War II Museum is proud to announce a flame-throwing presentation by the Parris Island Living History Detachment, as well a presentation with the final surviving member of the Doolittle Raiders, Lt. Col Dick Cole.
Single-day tickets for Air, Sea and Land Festival begin at $25 with discounted pricing for students, children, military and veterans. Weekend, group and VIP passes are also available for purchase. For more information on ticket sales, visit here.