Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily
with free admission and parking.


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WWI: Beyond the Front Lines

Historical retrospective commemorating the 100th anniversary of America's entrance into World War I (1917) and Knights of Columbus war relief efforts.


How the First World War Created Modern America

Throughout U.S. history, the experience of war has fundamentally shaped the ways Americans think about themselves and the rest of the world. MIT professor Christopher Capozzola looks at the Great War’s legacies for the U.S. at home and abroad, from federal power to immigration and border control to religious diversity and international policy and diplomacy.


A Century of Service

Founded as a fraternal benefit organization in 1882, the Knights of Columbus displays its milestones and development in the Wall of History.