Press Room

 

The National World War I Museum is a not-for-profit institution dedicated to sharing the stories and honoring the history of the First World War. Our marketing department is available to assist you with story ideas, interviews with experts, images or scheduling a visit.

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Please fill out the form below to receive press releases and media alerts from the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial.

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General Museum Releases

Museum Fact Sheet
Museum Overview
Mission and Brief History

 

2014 Press Releases

Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand Explored in New Exhibition

 

Press Release Archive

2013 Releases 

2012 Releases 

2011 Releases

2010 Releases

2009 Releases

2008 Releases

2007 Releases

Photos


Guardian Spirit
Dimensions: 3200 x 2400 
Size: 1.81 MB


Horizon Theater 
Dimensions: 1500 x 996
Size: 1.15 MB


Interactive Tables
Dimensions: 210 x 315
Size: 47.2 KB


National World War I Museum Overlooking Downtown Kansas City
Dimensions: 2829 x 2019
Size: 4.34 MB


Paul Sunderland Glass Bridge
Dimensions: 2592 x 1944
Size: 1.03 MB


Renault FT17 Tank
Dimensions: 2100 x 3150
Size: 6.68 MB


Visitors in Main Gallery
Dimensions: 3000 x 2000
Size: 4.65 MB


Walk of Honor and Liberty Memorial Tower
Dimensions: 2448 x 3264
Size: 1.45 MB


WWI Chronology Wall

Dimensions: 2592 x 1944
Size: 1.02 MB


Main Gallery
Dimensions: 2000 x 3000
Size: 3.33 MB

The images presented here are for the express use for promoting the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial. All images must be properly credited.

Complimentary Admission for Media

Complimentary admission can be arranged for media professionals. Please email media@theworldwar.org at least two days prior to your visit.

Filming Requests

The Museum receives frequent requests from individuals or production companies interested in commercial filming or conducting photos shoots in and around the Museum. In all cases of filming and photo shoots, our goal is to make sure our visitor’s experience is not impacted and that no damage occurs to either the buildings or grounds.

If you are planning a photo shoot outside on the grounds of the Museum and have a simple set up (hand-carried equipment, limited number of individuals), you can utilize the property any time our grounds are open. Donations for this type of photo shoot are appreciated and can be made here

For large productions, the Museum must evaluate each request on a case-by-case basis to determine feasibility and if fees will be charged. Contact Mike Vietti at (816) 888.8122 or media@theworldwar.org.

Professional photo shoots and filming that takes place indoors within the Museum must be coordinated through Mike Vietti at (816) 888.8122 or media@theworldwar.org.