The National World War I Museum and Memorial set an attendance record in July with 30,015 ticketed guests.
That beats the previous single-month record of 28,202 in July 2016.
“We couldn’t be more pleased that the public continues to demonstrate how much they value this world-class museum,” president and CEO Matthew Naylor said in an announcement.
The museum is continuing to commemorate the centennial of the Great War, which will continue through Veterans Day 2018.
Already this year, the museum at the Liberty Memorial has attracted visitors from all 50 states and from 67 countries representing all six inhabited continents.
Annual attendance set a record last year with more than 300,000 visitors. Attendance so far this year is nearly 12 percent ahead of that pace.