Exploring the Exhibitions of the National WWI Museums and Memorial

World War I had changed the landscape of many countries. For the new generations to know about the significance of this war, the National WWI Museum and Memorial was built in Kansas City, U.S.

By visiting this museum, you will get to know about the story of the Great War from people who lived through that period. You will get firsthand accounts from the war zone by visiting the museum.

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In the museum, you will find interactive displays, movies based on the war, eyewitness testimonials, and more. You will see the biggest collections of WWI artifacts in the world here. You will get a timeline story from the time the war started in 1914 to when peace was declared in 1919.

This year, you will be able to see various exhibitions and events at the museum. ‘Night at the Tower’ is an evening celebration of the museum. You will know about the history of this museum and how it was established. You will learn about its huge collection. There will be a live auction and you can bid on them.

The ‘War Remains’ program will give you an immersive VR experience of the war. The program will take you to the Western Front of World War I. You will learn about the war from a soldier’s point of view.

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The stunning visuals and awesome sound effects will make you experience the vibration of the floor as you watch the explosions that took place during the war.

You will also find a new exhibition called ‘Empires at War: Austria and Russia.’ Here you will know about the Eastern Front of the war. You will see a huge collection of Austrian and Russian uniforms, flags, hats, and other things.

This museum is worth visiting by all to learn in detail about the Great War. The various programs offer an enlightening experience for the visitors.