Beautiful view of the city's skyline. Great for taking photos of the city skyline. Especially with the Union Center and surrounding buildings lit up. Next time I visit will have to check it out again when everything is open.
About National World War I Museum and Memorial
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My husband is a huge history buff, who is especially knowledgeable about wars. This museum was at the top of his list for our small vacation. I, on the other hand, don't know hardly anything about wars. However,we both found this museum incredibly interesting. I...More
Top-notch museum chronicling a conflict that can be touch to encompass .. fascinating information abounds .. and the grounds & tower are a great piece of living history.
This place is amazing. If you want to learn about history and wars, you need to check out the WW1 Museum in Kansas City, MO. The Poppy bridge is amazing and the place has some of the best exhibits I have ever seen in a...More
My wife and I live about 90 miles from downtown Kansas City. For several years we have enjoyed going to KC for various reasons and events. Visiting the National World War One Museum never seemed to be a priority. On one of our visits, our...More
Too many have no idea of what our grandfather's or greatgrandfathers went through. This museum shows the history of WW1 from the lead up to the horrors of trench warfare to peace. Weapons, uniforms, as well as everyday items are displayed in a logical fashion...More
On a Tour with my military Unit.. Part of our 5th Division Reunion... With friends .. Very inspirational Site... Lots to see .. Needed a little more time ... Hard to put this in words...
While a number of my Great Uncles served in both the Army and Navy during WWI, and I have a liking for history. This little known museum is worth a special trip to honor those who served 100 years ago. The exhibits are well done...More