Living History Lessons At Aviation Museum Of KY

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/27/2013 8:15 pm
Veteran's Day brought a day of living history to the Aviation Museum of Kentucky in Lexington.

The museum offered free admission to vets and their families.

Active military members are able to get in for free all year long.

Tour guides say the tables were turned on Monday as they learned history lessons from guests.

The Aviation Museum has a new exhibit honoring the World War II Doolittle Raid.

It also has a new observation area.
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