War Remains

This is not a game. This is History.

Live through the war to end all wars unlike ever before. Presented by “Hardcore History” legendary podcaster Dan Carlin, War Remains is an immersive VR experience that transports viewers to the Western Front of the First World War. Witness history unfold from a soldier's point-of-view in this thought provoking, visceral encounter.

Carlin’s iconic voice leads audiences into the trenches as an active battle scene rages on. Through stunning visual effects, powerfully designed sound and a custom set that allows you to feel the trench and experience the vibration of the floor as explosions surround you, audiences will undergo the annihilation of innocence caused by the First World War and bear witness to the emergence of modern warfare.


Experience War Remains in the Museum and Memorial’s Memory Hall, opening May 27, 2021.


War Remains is a solitary experience, allowing one user through approximately every 15 minutes. VR headsets and equipment are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized between users.

Due to the graphic nature of the content, viewers must be at least 14 years of age.


All tickets available beginning Tuesday, April 20, 2021


Tickets are $24 ($18 for members)


Museum and Memorial Members will have the opportunity to reserve a limited number of FREE tickets to preview War Remains from May 16-26, and will receive a special 25% discount (to $18) once War Remains opens to the public.





“Virtual Reality creates other dimensions. The medium allows the storyteller to engage the audience in a way that previous storytelling genres haven't been able to tap into. The engagement level is so much higher because the audience is 100% involved. It’s an active not passive experience.”
— Dan Carlin, creator of Hardcore History® and presenter of War Remains

About War Remains:

Produced by MWM Interactive, directed by Brandon Oldenburg and developed by Flight School Studio, with audio designed by Skywalker Sound.

War Remains premiered to international acclaim at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2019 and later opened for a limited run in Austin, Texas. It went on to win the “Out-of-home VR Entertainment of the Year” award at the VR Awards.