The Georgia Museum of Agriculture is offering free admission to military families and veterans this summer.
The museum is one of more than 2,000 Blue Star museums nationwide that benefit active and retired servicemen.
The Tifton based museum reflects Georgia's long history of agriculture and farming.
"Military families, when they move into an area, they want to know about the local history, local culture," said Garrett Boone, "and what better way to do that than to visit museums."
The free admission will end September 1st.
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