KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Museum at Corinthian Hall will have additional improvements and upgrades in the coming months.
The city began a large scale improvement plan in 2005. The roof, windows and doors and HVAC system have already been improved. When the new upgrades are completed, the first floor of the building will keep its historic appearance, but the second and third floors will be more modern.
“We will be able to dedicate these spaces to become more neutral galleries where we can feature permanent exhibits and changing exhibits documenting the history of Kansas City,” said Christopher Leitch, Director of the Kansas City Museum.
The second floor will rotate artifacts that showcase the growth of Kansas City. Guided tours of the building are available.
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