Is the WWI memorial open?

Is the WWI memorial open?

The World War I Memorial is open to the public 24 hours a day, seven days a week. National Park Service rangers provide programs for visitors and answer questions.

Where is the National World War I Museum located?

downtown Kansas City, Mo
Designated by Congress as America’s official World War I Museum and located in downtown Kansas City, Mo., the National WWI Museum inspires thought, dialogue and learning to make the experiences of the Great War era meaningful and relevant for present and future generations.

Why is the National ww1 Museum in Kansas City?

It was chosen for symbolic reasons: to be across the street from Union Station. The grand opening celebration was in 1926, when President Calvin Coolidge addressed 100,000 people and called the memorial the national monument to the Great War.

Is there a WWI Museum?

General Admission includes access to the Main Gallery, Exhibit Hall, Memory Hall and Ellis Gallery. There is an additional cost for admission to the Liberty Memorial Tower* and Wylie Gallery….General Admission.

Adults $18
Military (Veterans and Active Duty) $14
Youth (Ages 6-18) $10
Children (Under 6) FREE
Members FREE

How much is the ww1 museum?

General Admission

Adults $18
Seniors (Ages 65+) $14
Military (Veterans and Active Duty) $14
Youth (Ages 6-18) $10
Children (Under 6) FREE

How much are tickets to the World War 1 Museum?

National WWI Museum and Memorial/Tickets

Is the World War 1 Museum free?

General Admission includes access to the Main Gallery, Exhibit Hall, Memory Hall and Ellis Gallery. There is an additional cost for admission to the Liberty Memorial Tower* and Wylie Gallery….General Admission.

Adults $18
Children (Under 6) FREE
Members FREE

Where is the National WWI Museum in Kansas City?

National WWI Museum and Memorial. 2 Memorial Drive, Kansas City, MO 64108 USA Get Directions 816.888.8100. Hours. Regular Hours Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Summer Hours Daily, Memorial Day – Labor Day

Where is the National World War 1 Museum?

National WWI Museum and Memorial. 2 Memorial Drive, Kansas City, MO 64108 USA Get Directions 816.888.8100

What was the Kansas City World War 1 memorial built for?

Built By Kansas Citians, Embraced By the Nation. Soon after World War I ended, Kansas City leaders formed the Liberty Memorial Association (LMA) to create a lasting monument to the men and women who had served in the war. In 1919, the LMA and citizens of Kansas City raised more than $2.5 million in just 10 days.

How much is the National WWI Museum and memorial?

Start your review of National WWI Museum and Memorial. If you enjoy history, WW memorials, or even love museums, this is a place to put on your list! Plan at bare minimum four hours. Worth the $14 for admission – which includes museum, memorial, Liberty Tower, and the exhibition.