National Museum of the Pacific War and Rockbox Theater Join Forces to Offer Amazing Savings September 17 to November 15October 10th, 2012 by Jeff
The top two attractions for Fredericksburg on Tripadvisor have joined forces to offer tourist and locals alike a great deal on entertainment. From September 17 –November 15 you can enjoy both the National Museum of the Pacific War and a show at the Rockbox Theater for only $30.00; that is a 35% savings. This is how it works. You can purchase the voucher at either of the museum gift stores, Rockbox box office, or online at www.nimitz-bookstore.com. You can also call 830-997-8600 x209 or 830-997-7625 to purchase the voucher. The voucher can then be shown to the museum and Rockbox to get your tickets. The voucher is not a seat reservation for Rockbox and must be redeemed for an actual ticket.
The National Museum of the Pacific War is a hidden gem in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. It is the only museum in the nation dedicated entirely to the story of WWII in the Pacific. Experience the story of WWII in the Pacific like only the National Museum of the Pacific War can tell it. The Museum has more than 45,000 square feet of indoor exhibit space with over 900 artifacts, and 15 macro-artifacts including a Japanese Midget Sub, a B-25 Bomber and a PT-309. Take an interactive audio tour, or wander at your own pace. It sits on 6 acres and is built with the George H.W Bush Gallery, Admiral Nimitz Museum, Pacific Combat Zone, Memorial Courtyard, Japanese Garden of Peace, and the Plaza of the Presidents.
Rockbox Theater is the only professional variety live music and comedy show in the Texas Hill Country that guarantees family-friendly entertainment. Located one block off Main Street at 109 N. Llano in the heart of Fredericksburg’s shopping district, this 392-seat, state-of-the-art theater is open year-round with regular weekly shows from the golden era of rock n roll. The foundation of the shows is family-friendly comedy and American pop music from the 50’s-80’s with an emphasis on the music of early rock n roll legends like Aretha Franklin, Buddy Holly, Tina Turner, Chuck Berry, and The Beatles, among a remarkable assortment of iconic performers.
Tickets for the museum can be redeemed through December 31, 2012, and are good for 48 hours once redeemed. Tickets for the Rockbox must be redeemed before November 15, 2012. So if you plan on visiting Fredericksburg or have family and friends coming to town and you want them to experience the best that Fredericksburg has to offer, make sure to take advantage of this great deal from the top two attractions on Tripadvisor.