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Free Boston events for vets, military members for Veterans Day

The Red Sox, Boston Duck Tours and the Museum of Science are among the companies offering free events on Veterans Day.

Trey Ball andthis weekend. (Getty Images) Veterans can take a free tour of Fenway Park today. Credit: Getty Images

Veterans and active duty military members looking for things to do in Boston today have a few free options.

The Red Sox, Boston Duck Tours and the Museum of Science are among the companies offering free events on Veterans Day.

Active duty military members and veterans can get a free tour of Fenway Park today, according to the Red Sox. The hour-long tours start at 10 a.m. and the last one leaves at 5 p.m. Attendees can show their military identification at the Gate D ticket booth.

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Meanwhile, Boston Duck Tours is offering free rides through Friday for veterans, active duty military members and first responders. Those service members need to show their identification or discharge papers for a free ticket, and guests ride for $10.

Also, the Museum of Science is offering free admission for active duty military personnel and veterans today.

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