Kansas City’s New Crown Jewel: The Kansas City Museum Reopens To The Public On October 21
As the Kansas City Museum’s highly anticipated reopening nears, reservations for timed tickets are now available.
Because the health of patrons, visitors, staff and volunteers remains a priority, reservations are required for all visitors. General admission is free, but timed entry tickets will limit capacity to allow for safe distancing. Printed copies of tickets are not needed. As guidance and recommendations continue to change, their plans will be evaluated and updated.
Wisteria, a boutique located on the first floor of Corinthian Hall, will offer a selection of jewelry, clothing, accessories, home décor, books, and more including small batch collections of items created by local and regional artists and designers who have been inspired by our city’s history and cultural heritage.
THURSDAYS ONLY THROUGH MID-DECEMBER, CLICK HERE
FRIDAYS ONLY THROUGH MID-DECEMBER, CLICK HERE
SATURDAYS ONLY THROUGH MID-DECEMBER, CLICK HERE
SUNDAYS ONLY THROUGH MID-DECEMBER, CLICK HERE
Face covers are required inside the museum, and will be provided to those who do not have one. All visitors and staff are expected to maintain a distance of at least six feet from others to comply with safe distancing guidelines. Use of hand sanitizer and regular hand washing is strongly encouraged. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the building and all surfaces will be sanitized frequently. Wheelchairs and gallery chairs are available upon request.
By registering for a free ticket, guests agree to abide by the Museum’s guidelines for visitation. There is a risk of exposure to COVID-19 in any public location where people are present.
The Café at 3218, located on the first floor of the Museum, is only open for ticketed culinary experiences. Elixir, located in the lower level of the Museum, will reopen in early 2022 offering a limited food and drink menu with ice cream and phosphates.
For more information on the Museum’s COVID-19 protocol and guidelines for visitation, visit kansascitymuseum.org.