Kansas World War I Museum
The World War I Museum in Kansas City has been open to the public since 1926. The entire museum uses the form of yearbook history to tell how the First World War began, how the United States was involved, fought, and ended, and how it paved the way for the Second World War.
The monument has an ancient Egyptian Revival architectural style. The sawn-cut granite foundation supports the magnificent exterior wall made of a mixture of Bedfordite and limestone. Entering the main entrance decorated with bronze patterns, you can see the corridor made of travertine and terrazzo. The Le Suir stone on the stair treads comes from Minnesota, and the marble on the stair rails and railing posts comes from Tavernelle, Italy. Here, every corner is solemn and solemn, it seems that every heavy brick is telling people the price paid by the predecessors for freedom.
As a museum ship, the battleship Missouri is moored beside Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, for visitors from all over the world.