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Are We There Yet? Interstates and Airports

Friday, December 13, Noon

Florida became an international destination after World War II. Huge airports and expressways were built to entice millions of people to our state every year.

Join Museum Director Michael Perkins for the finale of this four-part series, as he reviews the significant events in transportation history that shaped Central Florida.

These interesting lunchtime lectures last approximately 45 minutes, followed by a short question-and-answer period. Bring a lunch or let us order one for you by calling 407-836-7046 (order at least 24 hours in advance). Members free; non-members $5. With lunch: Members $8; non-members $13.