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Veterans Day Free Entrance

LEGOLAND Florida Resort Veterans Day FREE Admission
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In gratitude for their service, all military personnel (active and veterans) of the U.S. armed forces can receive free admission to LEGOLAND® Florida Resort Nov. 1-20, 2021. Military personnel also can purchase theme park tickets for up to six (6) guests at a 60% discount on the same dates. To receive free admission and purchase discounted tickets, military personnel must present valid military identification or proof of veteran status at a LEGOLAND Florida Resort ticket window on the day of their visit. All veterans and active-duty military can upgrade their LEGOLAND visit to include a stay at the LEGOLAND Florida Resort and save up to 25% on select dates during the month of November. Valid military ID is required at check-in.

Pro Football Hall of Fame Veterans Day Event and Expo FREE Admission
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The Veterans’ Services Expo will take place from 9AM to 5PM with vendors stationed throughout the Hall to educate Veterans of the services available to them. Overview: Our Veterans’ Services Expo will provide Veterans with access to local vendors and services: *Expo will be going all day from 9AM – 5PM, *Free Admission and parking to all U.S. service members, National Guard and veterans plus 1 guest (all day). *Admission for Blue Star Mothers and Gold Star Families will be free all day on Nov. 11th. *A free commemorative Veterans Day Pin will be available for the first 500 visitors to the Hall (while supplies last). *20% Discount at the HOF Store. *Coffee and donuts available for all veterans.Upon arrival, Veterans will receive a checklist to encourage them to stop by each vendor’s booth as they tour the Hall. Once completed, the checklist can be turned in to enter a drawing for a 2021 Salute to Service Hoodie from the Hall of Fame Store. De Ann Williams, Executive Director for the Stark County Veterans Service Commission, will speak at 2 p.m. in the Nash Family Event & Conference Center. The theme of Williams’ presentation is “Honoring the Men & Women Who Have Worn the Cloth of This Nation.”