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The Main Gallery is located beneath the Liberty Memorial Courtyard, and holds the permanent exhibition, “The World War, 1914-1919.” Through original objects and documents, video, recreated trenches and interactive tables, the Main Gallery shares a comprehensive history of the First World War with visitors.
Current Exhibitions are housed in Memory Hall and Exhibit Hall, the two original Museum buildings located above ground on either side of the Liberty Memorial Tower, as well as Ellis Gallery. These limited-run exhibitions tell newly curated stories of the Great War, often drawing from the Museum's comprehensive archives of more than 100,000 objects and documents.
Online Exhibitions showcase special digital exhibitions developed and produced by the Museum, as well as online exhibitions presented on digital platforms like Google Arts & Culture.
Past Exhibitions are on-site exhibitions that have been granted new life online. By archiving this content, the Museum can continue to share these unique stories with the world long after the exhibition ends.