The National World War I Museum on Tuesday could break the yearly attendance record set in 2007, just after its opening.
To match the 171,030 paid admissions that year, the museum at Liberty Memorial must draw 265 guests on Tuesday. The museum is closed on Wednesday.
The 266th guest, if there is one, will receive a prize package worth nearly $1,000, including tickets to sporting and cultural events and a $500 gift card.
Admission for all guests will be discounted to $7 on Tuesday. The museum is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
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