Drive A Tank Experience

Mar 7, 2018

Category: Entertainment

When it comes to war vehicles, nothing beats a tank; these hulking beasts are the definition of battlefield supremacy. Unfortunately, most folks will never get into one without going to war. That doesn’t seem like a great trade-off. Luckily, there’s a place in Minnesota that will give you the chance to get behind the controls of these legendary war machines danger-free. It’s called the Drive A Tank experience.

Yes, these are actual tanks that were once used on the battlefield. Unfortunately, they won’t let you fire the cannons, but that is somewhat made up for by what you can do while behind the controls of these mechanical marvels. What we mean is, as an add on to any experience package, you can crush a real car beneath the treads of your battlefield behemoth. There is also the option to smash two cars to bits or even drive through a house. Their fleet includes war machines from the British, Russian, and United States armies – including the famous Sherman WWII tank – and packages start at $299.

Purchase: $299+

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