The Kansas City Museum had an HVAC water pump malfunction that caused some water damage in Corinthian Hall. This incident has prompted the Museum to close through March 31, 2023, to thoroughly investigate the issue and take the time necessary to reinforce all mechanical systems for upcoming enhanced operations like food and beverage and exhibit interactives and media. To read the media alert, click here.

Scroll down to see a list of programs and experiences.

The Kansas City Museum creates programs and experiences that complement and deepen the content in exhibits and installations throughout Corinthian Hall. Programs and experiences include:

  • concerts and performances
  • films
  • lectures, workshops, and special gallery talks with curators and historians
  • book readings and signings
  • culinary experiences like cooking classes, cooking demonstrations, and chef dinners
  • celebrations and traditions like Día de los Muertos, The Fairy Princess, and The Derby Party
  • virtual programs
  • private tours
  • school field trips

Some programs and experiences are free and others are ticketed. All proceeds directly support a robust and inclusive offering of public and education programs.

Programs in 2023 are sponsored in part by the generous support of Milbank Manufacturing, JE Dunn, Mark One Electric, Evergy, International Architects Atelier, and Lippert Mechanical through the Kansas City Museum’s Corporate Unity Partners corporate giving initiative.