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The National WWI Museum and Memorial is a not-for-profit institution dedicated to sharing the stories and honoring the history of the First World War. Our marketing department is available to assist you with story ideas, interviews with experts, images or scheduling a visit.


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Recent Press Releases

Sept. 23, 2019 - Special Exhibition “Etched in Memory” to Open Tuesday, Sept. 24 at National WWI Museum and Memorial

Aug. 22, 2019 - National WWI Museum and Memorial Hosts Powerful Holocaust Remembrance Installation

May 27, 2019 - National WWI Museum and Memorial Announces Special Exhibition “The Vietnam War: 1945-1975” to Open in Conjunction with Veterans Day

May 20, 2019 - Memorial Day Weekend Events Honor Nation’s Heroes at the National WWI Museum and Memorial Friday-Monday, May 24-27

April 1, 2019 - “1919: Peace?” Special Exhibition Opens Tuesday, April 2 at National WWI Museum and Memorial

March 11, 2019 - “We’re Home—Now What?” Special Exhibition Opens Tuesday, March 11 at National WWI Museum and Memorial

Jan. 22, 2019 - “Color of Memory” Special Exhibition Opens Tuesday, Jan. 29 at National WWI Museum and Memorial


Complimentary Admission for Media

Complimentary admission can be arranged for media professionals. Please email media@theworldwar.org at least two days prior to your visit.

Image REQUESTS

The Museum and Memorial can provide media organizations with images of the Museum and Memorial and objects from its collection upon request. Requests should be directed to Mike Vietti at 816.888.8122 or media@theworldwar.org.

Filming Requests

The Museum and Memorial receives frequent requests from individuals or production companies interested in commercial filming or conducting photos shoots in and around the Museum and Memorial. In all cases of filming and photo shoots, our goal is to make sure our visitor’s experience is not impacted and that no damage occurs to either the buildings or grounds.

If you are planning a photo shoot outside on the grounds of the Museum and Memorial and have a simple set up (hand-carried equipment, limited number of individuals), you can utilize the property any time our grounds are open. Donations for this type of photo shoot are appreciated and can be made here.

For commerical/large productions, the Museum and Memorial must evaluate each request on a case-by-case basis to determine feasibility and if fees will be charged. Contact Mike Vietti at 816.888.8122 or media@theworldwar.org.

Professional photo shoots and filming that takes place indoors within the Museum and Memorial must be coordinated through Mike Vietti at 816.888.8122 or media@theworldwar.org. The Museum and Memorial photo policy can be viewed here.