Admission to the National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial will be free Monday, thanks to a gift from Waddell & Reed.
A traveling version of the museum, which the Overland Park-based financial services firm sponsored, also will be parked outside the museum and free for visitors Saturday through Monday.
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Today through Sunday, active duty military personnel with valid IDs and their spouses will get free admission to the World War I museum.
At 2 p.m. Saturday, senior curator Doran Cart will give a free show-and-tell about the single largest collection of World War I items donated to the museum by a private collector.