History museums instill wonder in children who have become bored with their own closets full of skeletons. Discover a body of knowledge with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$22 for an admission package for a family of four (up to a $44 total value)
- Two adult admissions (up to a $14 value each)
- Two youth admissions for ages 6–17 (up to an $8 value each)
$14 for two adult admissions (up to a $28 value)
Though National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial
A glass bridge is suspended above a field of 9,000 red poppies, each flower representing 1,000 soldiers who died in the Great War. This living symbol is one of the many powerful exhibits within the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial, the only museum in the U.S. dedicated exclusively to World War I and dedicated by Congress as the nation's official World War I museum in 2004. Named one of the top 25 museums in the U.S. in TripAdvisor's 2014 Travelers' Choice Awards, the Museum is also rated the No. 1 attraction in Kansas City.
Designed by Ralph Appelbaum, who also lent his expertise to such landmarks as the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the National World War I Museum integrates first-person accounts into a narrative that flows through its permanent and visiting exhibitions. The Museum's collection comprises World War I artifacts such as field artillery, a 1917 Harley Davidson motorcycle, and unopened cigarette packs from a 1914 Princess Mary Christmas Box. The Museum also includes Over There Café and a comprehensive gift store.
100% of 1,765 customers recommend
“Great experience and history lesson. ”
“You can definitely spend a day or two there! Plan your time well and go up in the tower early before the line gets long”
“Don't eat at the cafe, at least the pizza. Be ready to spend 3 hours if you want to read all the info, see the exhibits, and watch the informational videos. Very...”
“Don't eat at the cafe, at least the pizza. Be ready to spend 3 hours if you want to read all the info, see the exhibits, and watch the informational videos. Very well put together museum.”