You’ll want to get down to Uvalde ASAP after reading about this very American attraction

S/Sgt. Alva H. Allen, of Los Angeles, Calif., puts the finishing touches on the B-24 Liberator Bomber Texas Kate, before it takes off from its Pacific base for a flight against the Japanese on June 11, 1945. (AP Photo/Charles P. Gorry)

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Uvalde, Texas, is looking to make you feel as close to the greatest generation as possible.

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At the Drive Tanks attraction, guests can really get the full World War II experience, as exciting and harrowing as that may sound, including driving a U.S. M4A2EB and a Russian T-34/85 tank.

Complete with exotic hunting, flame throwers, machine guns, and WWII-style barracks coming soon for you to stay in overnight on your journey back in time, according to their website, this some kind of Texas even Chuck Norris would have a hard time handling:

“You always have the option visiting Drive Tanks during your stay on the ranch. This allows you to add one of our Tank adventures to your already amazing Ox Ranch visit. Ox Ranch also has an amazing 3 hour ranch tour.”

Check out more fun FAQs on this dad’s dream playground before your next family vacay.

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