The National World War I Museum and Memorial had 30,015 ticketed guests in July.
The National World War I Museum and Memorial had 30,015 ticketed guests in July. File photo
The National World War I Museum and Memorial had 30,015 ticketed guests in July. File photo

National World War I Museum continues to set attendance records

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