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National Military Heritage Museum


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National Military Heritage Museum Housed in the Harvey Ellis designed brick building that formerly served as the city's first police station, the museum is dedicated to honoring all branches of the Armed Forces of the United States and those that served on the home front.


Admission: Adults: $2.00 and Children $1.00
Hours: Season: Year-round.
Address: 701 Messanie St.
Phone: 816-233-4321
Our Email: info@nationalmilitaryheritagemuseum.com
Our Website:nationalmilitaryheritagemuseum.com
Partially handicapped accessible. About 80% of the exhibits are on the first floor and accessible, there is no elevator to the second floor exhibits, yet.

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