New to 2023 will be the Military History Days Passport. Available as you enter the displays, this booklet will be the best way to get the most out of your experience. Visit each display, and participate in the activities to earn a stamp on your passport. Once all stamp slots are filled, visitors earn a prize! Not only are these activities entertaining, but they teach valuable lessons about the history of the Second World War. Guests are able to see that these massive events that shaped the world actually happened and that they happened to real people that aren’t so different from them.
In one of the greatest conflicts the world has ever seen, the United States saw over 16 million of its sons and daughters join the armed forces. As those who have benefited from the service rendered by these outstanding men and women, it is our responsibility to ensure that their service and their sacrifice are remembered. As you go through the displays, be sure to ask about the people who inspired them. Instead of seeing pictures of servicemen and women on the pages of a textbook, visitors to Military History Days become fully immersed in a historical experience, wherein they can talk with living historians in authentic uniforms about what life was
really like during World War II.
With displays, activities, a dance, and more, Military History Days 2023 will be an experience that you won’t soon forget!
Military History Days runs July 1st, 3rd, and 4th, at the Scera Park in Orem, Utah.
Displays will be open from 9 AM to 5 PM. You won’t want to miss the 1940s dance on the evening of July 1st, featuring live music from Sarge’s All Star Band and dance instruction, starting at 6 PM. The dance will be held in the field adjacent to the displays.We are proudly a part of the Freedom Festival events found at Scera. Join us, Military History Days, on the north end of Scera Park; the Colonial Heritage Festival, The Cries of Freedom and the American Heritage Museum as part of your Fourth of July celebrations this year on July 1st, 3rd, and 4th.
600 S State St Orem, Orem
SCERA Center for the Arts
745 S. State St, Orem
and Center Street, Provo