From the origins of the National WWI Museum and Memorial, to current exhibitions and events, learn everything the Museum and Memorial has to offer.
Often overlooked in the history of the war, the Eastern Front had cataclysmic results for the millio...
This is not a game. This is History. Live through the war to end all wars unlike ever before in this...
The passage of the 19th Amendment was deeply influenced by women’s involvement in WWI, on the battle...
Faces and places frozen in time, snapped by both amateur and professional photographers, capture the...
“The National WWI Museum and Memorial is America’s museum dedicated to remembering, interpreting and understanding the Great War and its enduring impact on the global community.”
- Mission Statement, National WWI Museum and Memorial
History of the Museum & Memorial
Soon after World War I ended, Kansas City came together to create a lasting monument to the men and women who had served in the war.
Elements of the Museum and Memorial
Explore the Architecture
Discover the many architectural and symbolic elements that make the National WWI Museum and Memorial one of Kansas City’s most iconic landmarks.
Kansas City War Dead
View the names inscribed on the wall in bronze in Memory Hall, residents of Kansas City, Missouri who died serving in the Great War.