Be a Hero during Spring Break Safari! Yes. Heroes are ordinary people just like you.
History comes alive through world-class, immersive exhibits at the National Medal of Honor Heritage Center. You’ll learn the amazing stories of ordinary people who became real heroes. A visit here will inspire you with the values demonstrated by Medal of Honor recipients - Patriotism, Citizenship, Courage, Integrity, Sacrifice, and Commitment. Every recipient has a narrative that is relevant to what we do – whether it be on a battlefield, in the classroom, in a board room or in everyday life. Kids are sure to leave encouraged knowing that they too have the potential to be a hero.
The National Medal of Honor Heritage Center located in the heart of downtown Chattanooga offers a state-of-the-art experience that puts visitors in the boots of Medal of Honor recipients and brings their heroic stories to life. Visit mohhc.org to learn about special events during Medal of Honor Month, March 25 (Medal of Honor Day), through April 30. Be sure and see the new Andrew Raiders’ exhibit.
“Being a HERO means overcoming tremendous odds through sacrifice, service, and holding to important values.”
Price: $13.95, Children $9.95, Ages 4 and under are free.
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