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The National WWI Museum and Memorial is America's leading institution dedicated to remembering, interpreting and understanding the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community. The Museum and Memorial holds the most comprehensive...more
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I was staying close to here, and it was on my list of places to see while in town. The museum did not disappoint. The video at the beginning helps set things up, and then there is so much to see and read. There are...More
This is one of the best museums I have ever visited. From the second you walk across the poppy fields you are trasported back in time into a very interactive experience.
You experience everything from being in a foxhole to what it felt like to...More
I loved this museum. It is laid out so that you walk through time during WWI. Even for the non-history buff, you get the right amount of information so as to understand this history lesson. The trip to the tower and view of KC Missouri...More
Two colleagues and I visited this museum not knowing what to expect. There is far more than one can see in a day, and I plan to return on my next visit to KC.
Interactive displays and videos are excellent and the collection is unmatched....More
My brother-in-law and I visited this awesome museum. Well done and with lots of information and unique ways to share the history of WW1. Would go back to pick up on facts I missed the first time. Highly recommended.
I live in the Kansas City area. The WWI Museum is a fantastic institution and one I often recommend to friends who live in the area and have been remiss to support the museum. Every country was tragically impacted by the shifts in power that...More
Definitely a minimum of 2-3 hours. There is a lot of info in the museum. It has a very detailed timeline of how the war developed and played out. It awesome, but takes a while to get through, and if there is a crowd there... More
Definitely a minimum of 2-3 hours. There is a lot of info in the museum. It has a very detailed timeline of how the war developed and played out. It awesome, but takes a while to get through, and if there is a crowd there could be line for the tower too.