Walk of Honor Bricks

Join the Walk of Honor - Order Now

Leave a lasting impression by purchasing an inscribed granite brick, which will be installed in the Walk of Honor, near the entrance of the National World War I Museum and Memorial.

The Walk of Honor, now more than 11,000 bricks strong, is divided into three sections:

  • Bricks dedicated solely to those who served in World War I
  • Bricks dedicated to veterans of any military service
  • Bricks that honor civilian friends, family or organizations

Walk of Honor bricks are dedicated twice each year during ceremonies on Memorial Day and Veterans Day. The deadline for ordering bricks dedicated on Memorial Day is April 1 and the deadline for ordering bricks dedicated on Veterans Day is Sept. 1.

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You may choose to have your name engraved on the brick, have it inscribed in memory or in honor of another individual, use it as an opportunity to leave a personalized message or to show support for an organization.

Your gift helps further the Museum’s mission and is partially tax deductible.

Three brick sizes are available:

  • For a gift of $200, a 4 inch x 8 inch engraved brick will be installed in the Walk of Honor. Each 4 inch x 8 inch brick can be engraved with up to three lines of lettering with a maximum of 15 characters per line, including spaces and punctuation.
  • For a gift of $400, an 8 inch x 8 inch engraved brick will be installed in the Walk of Honor. Each 8 inch x 8 inch brick can be engraved with up to four lines of lettering with a maximum of 15 characters per line, including spaces and punctuation.
  • For a gift of $1,000, a 16 inch x 16 inch engraved brick will be installed in the Walk of Honor. Each 16 inch x 16 inch brick can be engraved with up to six lines of lettering with a maximum of 22 characters per line, including spaces and punctuation. In addition to the inscription on these bricks, symbols or logos may be engraved.

 

Order Now

Order a Walk of Honor brick below or download an order form that can be mailed. View samples for brick wording.

If you have questions about the Walk of Honor, contact us at members@theworldwar.org or 816.888.8129.

Learn how to research military records. You can also view a list of common military abbreviations



If purchasing a Walk of Honor brick using check, please fill out and send in this form.

Make check out to: The National World War I Museum (aka Liberty Memorial Association)
Mail to: 2 Memorial Drive, Kansas City, MO 64108