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Drop in for an hour, come for lunch, or spend the entire day wandering through world-class galleries. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is the cultural jewel of Kansas City and just three blocks from the Country Club Plaza, and admission is free. The...more
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We went because of the outdoor sculptures and we weren't disappointed. Very unique and beautiful. We were limited on time so we were only able to view some of the inside - especially enjoyed the Native American exhibt. This is a must see even if...More
!!I was amazed at the enormity of museum the sheer beauty in structure and scope of artwork that is diverse and educational. The opportunity to enjoy the Pablo Picasso exhibit giving a glimpse of the artist through the lens of camera moments in his life...More
Very nice museum. Lots of artwork, an sculpture from different periods. Definitely a must see for any art fan. The inside cafe is also a great spot to hang out and relax. The food is a little pricey, but great atmosphere!
Amazing and FREE museum with a great and well maintained sculpture park. Be sure to plan a few hours at this gem. We didn't plan well and only had about 1.5 hrs and barely covered the main floor. We will plan another trip and give...More
FREE!! Unbelievable. My wife and I went several times while we lived down here in KC and barely scratched the surface of the museum. THe outdoor space often kept us from getting inside. A world class museum that is free. A must for any trip...More
The Nelson Museum not only has a great collection and some wonderful shows, but the restaurant there is in a gorgeous atrium space, and the food is healthy and yum. It's a great way to spend half a day, if you have it. Don't miss...More
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Parking is underground and is super clean and convenient and you can walk directly into the modern art section from the lot, through sliding glass doors. You can also park on the street. You will see many parked cars on... More
Parking is underground and is super clean and convenient and you can walk directly into the modern art section from the lot, through sliding glass doors. You can also park on the street. You will see many parked cars on the street as you enter the underground parking. Parking underground is 7 dollars. On the street is popular, so you may or may not have to wait for a spot to open up. You can find parking on the street always, if you are willing to walk far enough.