The Kansas City Museum is committed to providing access to ALL visitors. Our goal is for every visitor and patron to have a memorable, easy, and comfortable visit to the Museum.
This page contains information to help you plan your visit. Once inside Corinthian Hall, general Museum inquiries and questions about accessibility may be directed to the Welcome Desk.
Para mas información, comuníquese con Paul Gutiérrez al 816.702.7705
There is a risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public location where people are present. Therefore, face covers are recommended inside the Museum. If you do not have a face cover, the Museum staff will provide one.
Use of hand sanitizer and regular hand washing is strongly encouraged. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the building and all surfaces are sanitized frequently.
The use or possession of any type of weapon or explosive is strictly prohibited on the Kansas City Museum property.
Smoking is prohibited on the Kansas City Museum property.
No outside food or beverages are allowed in Corinthian Hall.
No backpacks, umbrellas, or large tote bags are allowed in Corinthian Hall. You may check your belongings, including coats, umbrellas, and strollers, at the Welcome Desk for the duration of your visit.
Museum visitors may take photographs in Corinthian Hall and the grounds for personal, noncommercial use only. Non-flash photos may be taken with cell phones and mobile devices, handheld cameras, and handheld video cameras. Tripods and selfie-sticks are prohibited.
Service dogs are welcome. Service dogs must be on a non-retractable physical leash that is less than six feet in length. Each visitor may only have one service dog. Per the U.S. Department of Justice’s ADA requirements for service dogs https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm, the service dog must be trained to provide assistance to a person with a disability. Visitors are not allowed to bring emotional support animals into the Museum.
The Kansas City Museum reserves the right to refuse or revoke the admission of any visitor whose conduct violates its policies.
Thank you for your patience, respect, and cooperation with our guidelines and policies.
Stay safe and be well.