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Happy Veterans Day! We value our veterans very highly here at The American Treasure Tour. Everyday we offer a military discount! Today only we would love to offer our veterans an extra $2 off the already discounted price. Come down and see us!! ntreasuretour

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Haven House. This large dollhouse/miniature mansion was built by Al Smeriglio over the course of 18 years, starting in 1992 for his wife Peggy. Over the course of 5,000 hours he kept busy hand-making the chandelier using 1,800 Swarovski crystals, and 6 chimneys each holding approximately 3,000 individual bricks. Come see it for yourself in our Music Room!! #americantreasuretour

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Christmas music has come to The American Treasure Tour! Our music man Joe swapped out the music rolls on many of our Nickelodeons and Band Organs throughout our building. Listen to how beautiful our Coinola sounds! #americantreasuretour

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Today is the anniversary of the day France gave the United States the Statue of Liberty in 1886. It’s original name was “Liberty Enlightening the World”. Come see ours for yourself, it’s a part of our tram tour! 🗽 #americantreasuretour

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1956 Ford Thunderbird. This two-door, hard top convertible is very popular item on our tram tour! Ford manufactured Thunderbirds from 1955-2005. They originally were brought out to compete with the Chevrolet Corvette (and they actually outsold the Corvette!). They created the niche market of the “personal luxury car”. Come by and take a tour to come see it for yourself!! #americantreasuretour

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On this day, in 1907, Ringling Brothers bought Barnum and Bailey. They travelled all around the world, hanging these banners, posters, and flyers to attracted audience members all over America! We love circus memorabilia here at The American Treasure Tour! #americantreasuretour

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1954 Pennant Blue Chevrolet Corvette. Corvettes have been made continuously since 1953, but the first models sold to the public were in 1954. Originally they only came in polo white, but in 1954 they introduced the pennant blue, sportsman red, and black. Production was almost terminated when Ford released the popular Thunderbird. However, Thunderbird was marketed to a more “personal” audience while Corvette concentrated on the sports car market. treasuretour

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“I Love Lucy” aired 67 years ago today on October 15th, 1951. Lucille Ball has been an icon for all this time, and we still love her here at The American Treasure Tour! treasuretour