National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial

100 W. 26th St.
Kansas City, MO 64108- Map It
(816) 888-8100
Buy one ticket, get one free.

AAA Editor Notes

National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial, just s. of downtown at Pershing and Main sts. at 100 W. 26th St., is dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting the history of and artifacts associated with the first World War. The educational, thought-provoking displays and interactive exhibits include everything from posters, photographs, uniforms, archival films and vintage audio broadcasts to airplanes, artillery, weaponry, cannons, caissons, a 1917 model Harley-Davidson army motorcycle, an FT17 Renault tank and a simulated World War I trench. Chronological displays and firsthand accounts from diaries trace the history of the war from its beginning to the armistice of Nov. 11, 1918. The 217-foot-tall Liberty Memorial Tower takes visitors to an open-air observation deck at the top for panoramic views of downtown Kansas City. Several fountains grace the landscaped grounds. Food is available. Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.
2-day ticket (includes museum and Liberty Memorial Tower) $14; $12 (students and retired military with ID and ages 65+); $8 (ages 6-17); $7 (active military with ID). Ticket to Liberty Memorial Tower only $5.
AAA Benefit:
Buy one adult admission, receive an admission of equal or less value for free.
Hours: Sat. 9-5, Sun.-Fri. and Monday holidays 10-5, Memorial Day-Labor Day; Tues.-Sun. 10-5, rest of year. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas.