Masters of the Air (May 1, 2020 Start)

Masters of the Air is a story of life in wartime England, in bombed-out London, and in the tiny hamlets these brash young Americans completely transformed. In East Anglia, many airmen fell in love with British girls they met in the local pubs, and over 45,000 American servicemen brought home English brides after the war. The beautiful countryside and stately manor homes give way to the remains of air bases, some of them with their control towers still visible on the skyline.

May 01 12:00 AM to May 08 12:00 AM
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+ Add to calendar 2020-05-01 12:00:00 AM 2020-05-08 12:00:00 AM America/Mexico_City 945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130 Masters of the Air (May 1, 2020 Start) Masters of the Air is a story of life in wartime England, in bombed-out London, and in the tiny hamlets these brash young Americans completely transformed. In East Anglia, many airmen fell in love with British girls they met in the local pubs, and over 45,000 American servicemen brought home English brides after the war. The beautiful countryside and stately manor homes give way to the remains of air bases, some of them with their control towers still visible on the skyline.
Location: 945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70130

Masters of the Air is a story of life in wartime England, in bombed-out London, and in the tiny hamlets these brash young Americans completely transformed. In East Anglia, many airmen fell in love with British girls they met in the local pubs, and over 45,000 American servicemen brought home English brides after the war. The beautiful countryside and stately manor homes give way to the remains of air bases, some of them with their control towers still visible on the skyline.

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Cost:

Main Program—Double Occupancy—$5,995 Per Person
Main Program—Single Occupancy—$7,895 Per Person. 

Taxes and Fees of $229 per person will be added to your final invoice.
Single accommodations are subject to availability.

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