The earliest history museums had little actual history to draw on, and instead padded exhibits with wildly speculative displays about how dinosaurs would be elected to Congress by the year 2000. See how far we've come with today's Groupon to the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial, located at the corner of Main and Memorial Drive across from Crown Center. Choose between two options:
The interactive exhibits and more than 60,000 artifacts throughout the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorialnamed Kansas City's Best Museum by Ingram's magazinebring to life heroic and heartbreaking stories from the battlefield and the home front. Originating as a memorial site for World War I in 1921, the museum's historical exhibits immerse visitors in the day-to-day lives of soldiers as they traverse a western-front poppy field or explore a walk-through re-creation of a howitzer-shell crater. Guests can pore over an animated battle map's vibrant pages to gain insight on the planning and execution of battles or soak in one of the two dramatic films in the museum theater, such as A World on the Edge, which sets the scene in early 20th-century Europe leading up to the war, or The Lion King II. The 217-foot-high Liberty Memorial Tower invites guests to ascend to its top floor where an open-air observation allows them to peer into the distance to see whether their garage has been painted.
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