The Kansas City Museum is a history museum. It preserves, interprets, and celebrates Kansas City through collections, exhibitions, and bold programs that reflect the City’s evolution and spirit, and engage visitors in unfolding stories about Kansas City’s vibrant history, cultural heritage, and pride.
To date, Corinthian Hall is the only building on the 3.5 acre property that has been restored and renovated with all new history- and humanities-based exhibits, installations, and amenities. We are actively working on planning and design for the rest of the property.
We look forward to creating new, lasting memories of the Kansas City Museum with our community.
Para mas información, comuníquese con Paul Gutiérrez al 816.702.7705.
The health and wellness of our patrons, visitors, staff, and volunteers is always a top priority. As Covid-19 guidance and recommendations continue to change, our plans will be evaluated and updated.
The Kansas City Museum is fully governed, managed, and operated by the Kansas City Museum Foundation, a 501 (c )(3) nonprofit organization (EIN #46-1878591) through a cooperative agreement with the City of Kansas City, Missouri’s Parks and Recreation Department. The museum property is owned by the City, of Kansas City, Missouri.
Kansas City Museum frequently videotapes and photographs participants enjoying our programs, special events, parks, and facilities. These images are used by Kansas City Museum and the City of Kansas City, Missouri in publications, on the web, for television/cable promotions, or to use as is seen fit. The images are used at the Museum’s discretion and become its sole property.
Mailing & Street Address:
3218 Gladstone Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64123
Images courtesy of Gayle Babcock, Architectural Imageworks and David Remley.