Thursday, April 25, 2019

Kansas City Museum Rises Again

A nice community news update on this quintessentially Kansas City attraction that features our history and a glimpse at how well we're doing at preserving the story of this town for future generations. Take a look:

Kansas City Museum construction enters next phase

After two years, architectural construction has been completed on the Kansas City Museum, moving the renovation progress along to the second phase. Corinthian Hall has been closed since 2017 to undergo a large-scale restoration project, transforming the space into a fully-functioning 21st Century museum with a completely updated guest experience.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...


No one goes there. You would think the mayor would see to it Northest was focused on since the museum is there and the houses are some of the best in the city, but instead it's the ghetto. One place the 25 million tourists don't go. Instead they drive around and look at all of the cheap looking 1950's turquoise apartments the mayor is throwing up.

Anonymous said...

Where is the Igloo going to be?
No point in going there if it doesn't have both the Igloo and the Soda Fountain.

Is there really enough left of the former Collection to create any exhibits?

Anonymous said...

If the igloo and taxidermy are now in someone's home basement, it's just another boring house/museum.