• Corinthian Hall, the mansion, at the Kansas City Museum is closed and scheduled to reopen to the public in summer 2021.

Dear Friends of the Kansas City Museum,

As the staff of the Museum prepare for the reopening of Corinthian Hall in 2021, our satellite location at 800 Broadway Blvd. is now closed.

The health and wellness of our patrons, visitors, staff, and volunteers is always a top priority. To help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) within our community, The Historic Garment District Museum, located at 801 Broadway Blvd., will be closed temporarily.

Prior to the reopening of Corinthian Hall, the mansion, The Kansas City Museum staff will continue to offer virtual public programming in addition to safe distanced activities.

As guidance and recommendations continue to change, our plans will be evaluated and updated.

For more information about the renovation of Corinthian Hall, please visit our website at www.makingamuseumkc.org or call us at 816.513.0720.

Stay safe and be well.

The Kansas City Museum is owned by the City of Kansas City, Missouri and managed and operated by the City of Kansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation Department.

Kansas City Museum Foundation a 501 (c )(3) nonprofit organization that supports the Kansas City Museum and is the City’s partner on the restoration and renovation of Corinthian Hall.  The Foundation’s mission is to develop initiatives, convene leaders, and mobilize resources through inclusive partnerships to support the mission, vision, values, and strategic priorities of the Kansas City Museum.  

Kansas City Parks frequently videotapes and photographs participants enjoying our programs, special events, parks, and facilities. These images are used by KC Parks 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 Department’s discretion and become its sole property.

Image of Corinthian Hall courtesy of David Remley Photography.