Special admission rates are available for groups and organizations of 15 or more people.


Group Rates: General Admission

Adults      $16
Seniors (Ages 65+)      $12
Military      $10
College Students (ID Required)      $16
Youth (Ages 6–18)      $8
Children (Under 6)      FREE

 

General Admission includes access to the Main Gallery, Exhibit Hall, Memory Hall and Ellis Gallery. Please note that there is an additional cost for admission to special exhibitions in the Wylie Gallery and to visit the top of the Liberty Memorial Tower.

For more information about group admission, contact tours@theworldwar.org or 816.888.8110.

Special rates are available for groups and organizations of 15 or more people. To be eligible for group rates, tickets must be purchased together as a single transaction and scheduled in advance. 

Please plan between 1 ½ and 2 ½ hours for your visit.

Guided tours are not currently available, however the Main Gallery was designed with self-guided exploration in mind.

We accept credit cards, company checks and cash. The Museum does not provide direct billing or receive purchase orders for payment. Deposits are not required. 

Group tickets must be purchased together as a single transaction in order to receive the discounted rate. Upon arrival and after payment has been received, tickets/wristbands will be provided.

Group rates are not valid with other discounts or coupons.

Buses may unload at the top of the u-shaped drive and park near the end of the u-shaped drive or on Kessler Road. There are parking lots on the south side of the Memorial for car parking. The main entrance is down the short walkway and through the bronze doors. Ticketing is to the left after you enter.

The Museum and Memorial is committed to making its collections, buildings, programs and services accessible to all audiences. Please consult our Accessibility Guide for the most up-to-date information on our facilities and the services we provide.

Accessibility Guide

Please note that the Liberty Memorial Tower, a historic landmark that opened in 1926, is not wheelchair accessible. To reach the top of the Tower, one must ride an elevator and then climb an additional 45 steps.

The National WWI Museum and Memorial offers a corporate group pricing program that allows companies to reward employees or members with reduced admission rates. To learn how your company can participate in this special program, contact tours@theworldwar.org or call 816.888.8110.

Our facilities are perfect for your rental, from intimate groups of 30 to large gatherings of thousands. To learn more and to book your event, visit our Venue Rentals page.

Learn more about rentals

Educators setting up a visit for their students should fill out our field trip reservation form, linked below.

Plan a Field Trip