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  1. 1616 E. 18th Street. Kansas City, MO 64108. 816.474.8463.

  2. Attractions. Uncover Kansas City’s charm by exploring its treasured attractions and institutions. Examine the Great War at the National WWI Museum and Memorial, let curiosity guide you at Union Station and walk in the steps of America’s 33rd president in Independence.

  3. Welcome to your new home at The Haven in Kansas City, Missouri!. Nestled in south Kansas City, The Haven offers all the rewards and comforts of Kansas City living. Whether it be a relaxing night of beautiful city views or a night out spent with delicious food and quality shopping, The Haven gives you the features you're looking for at the price you want.

  4. Jun 30, 2022 · Starting this Friday Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow, a new and haunting exhibition highlighting the decades between emancipation and the age of Jim Crow, will be on display at the National WWI Museum. The exhibit comes from the New-York Historical Society and has been enhanced by items from the WWI Museum’s collection.

  5. Among Kansas City’s more than 240 neighborhoods, you’ll find areas that feel like their own mini-cities—each unique with its own history, charm and attractions. 18th & Vine Kansas City’s historic jazz district is home to legendary smoked meats, the stellar Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and celebrated live music clubs.

  6. Kemper Museum Summer Activities. Many of their offerings are virtual right now. Visit their website for the latest info. There are monthly summer programs for kids to explore Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. These summer activities are all free! If you are an educator, you can also schedule a free tour for your class/group to tour the museum.

  7. Jul 29, 2022 · Triple Play: Negro Leagues Baseball Commemorative Coins; Watch Buck O'Neil's Memorable 2006 Speech; March of the Monarchs: KC Celebrated the 80th Anniversary of 1942 Negro Leagues World Series

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