The Kansas City Museum – located in the Historic Northeast area at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri 64123 – is temporarily closed to the public for the restoration and renovation of Corinthian Hall (the mansion). The Museum will reopen in late 2020 with exhibitions, programs, events, and amenities (restaurant and retail) to create a 21-st century museum of Kansas City’s history and cultural heritage.
During the restoration and renovation of Corinthian Hall, there will be special public events and programs on the grounds of the Kansas City Museum, in Kessler Park (just west of the Museum), and in the community.
In addition, visit the Kansas City Museum at the Historic Garment District – located at 800 Broadway Boulevard, Kansas City, Missouri 64105 – for special exhibitions and programs that explore Kansas City’s history through the Museum’s fashion collection.
Kansas City, Mo. Parks and Recreation, which manages and operates the Kansas City Museum, frequently videotapes and photographs participants enjoying our programs, special events, parks, and facilities. These images are used by Parks and Recreation and the City of Kansas City, Mo. in publications, on the web, for television/cable promotions, or to use as is seen fit. The images are used at the Department’s discretion and become its sole property.
Images of Corinthian Hall courtesy of from the ground UP photography and David Remley Photography.