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On Wednesday, several historic World War II planes arrived in Evansville, Indiana, at the Evansville Wartime Museum, and on Thursday, 44News took to the skies in one.
The warbirds arrived in Evansville earlier than originally planned due to the high number of flights being booked by the public.
With the early arrival of the planes, organizers were able to add additional flights to the original flight schedule - but those flights were quickly sold out.
Now, if you'd like to get a closer look at the planes, you'll have to do so by participating in a ground tour from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (excluding flight times) from July 8 through July 11.
Admission to the event is $20 per person and includes full admission to the Evansville Wartime Museum and on-board tours of the visiting warbirds. Passengers purchasing flights will also need to pay admission into the museum.
In addition to the newly-arrived WWII aircraft, you'll be able to see the P-47 Hoosier Spirit II and others during the tours.
The Evansville Wartime Museum is located at 7503 Petersburg Rd. in Evansville, Indiana.
You can take a look at what it was like to fly in a B-17 during WWII in the video and photos above.