South Wing B through August 27, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Five days after opening, the sandbag-walled trench is very popular, featuring battle sounds and a working periscope for viewing beyond the sandbag wall.
The World War I - era truck also draws interest.
Camp Zachary Taylor barracks are filled with century-old photos of Camp Taylor as well as many authentic artifacts.
Among the many authentic WWI artifacts were bolt-action rifles issued to soldiers and pistols issued to officers.
On August 20, World War I re-enactors appeared in uniform and displaying more artifacts.
The Medical and African-Americans In WWI exhibits features listening stations in old-timey phones.
A large standing exhibit covers the Americans who volunteered early in the war before America officially entered.
The Poppy Tables allow people to make construction-paper poppies to attach to the Poppy Wall with names of veterans.
While Governor Paul Patton visited the exhibit, he made a poppy, added the name of a veteran and posted it on the Poppy Wall.
And visitors could search the by-county list of Kentuckians who died in World War I.More pictures here
.First-day pictures here