Pay your respects to fallen soldiers and learn details about WWl.
The National WWI Museum and Memorial are located at 2nd Memorial Drive in Kansas City, Missouri. It is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. General admission includes access to the Main Gallery, Exhibit Hall, and the Ellis Gallery. There is an additional fee for the Liberty Memorial Tower and the Wylie Gallery. Liberty Memorial Towers may have limited access due to weather or maintenance. Parking is located on the south side of the building. All galleries and exhibit halls are ADA accessible except for the Memorial Towers. The Edward Jones Research Center is open for public use from 10 am to 4 pm. If you want to stop for lunch, the Over There Cafe is located inside the museum and is open from 11 am to 3 pm.
The Liberty Memorial Association created the National WWI Monument along with the citizens of Missouri. Together, they raised over $2.5 million in under 10 days. This was an amazing accomplishment, and the building was dedicated in 1921. Visit the only museum in the world with the largest collection of artifacts, stories, photographs, and documents from WWl. Over the years, renovations have allowed the collection to grow. Come here to honor those who bravely served and gain a deeper understanding of the events of WWl.