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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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Visited on Friday evening for Dinner with live music in the Rozzelle Courtyard. Our group enjoyed scallops and steak. Both very well prepared. Wonderful food, service and great atmosphere. The galleries are open and quiet. Very nice evening.
I only visited the Native American display and the modern wing. It is free. I paid for parking underground ($10) but then walked to my other locations (National Museum of Toys and Miniatures that was 1 mike away.)
I had not previously visited this art museum and was highly impressed with the collection. I spent a solid four hours at the museum with a stop at the nice cafe. I did not expect to see a Caravaggio painting or Monet's Water Lilies painting....More
We revisited this museum after failing to get in on a Monday a few years ago. Last time we did look at the exhibits in the park which are really unusual. At the moment there are special displays on "furniture" and a very much enlarged...More
You could spend the entire day exploring this museum. I especially enjoyed the Egyptian artifacts. If it had not been such a hot day, I would have loved viewing all the sculptures outside on the grounds. I kept wishing for a top ten list, of...More
Definitely something for everyone here!! See the Thomas Hart Benton Persephone - amazing piece. See the Monet right piece of the waterlilies triptych! Some exceptional modern art pieces in the Bloch wing. Too hot to see much of the sculpture garden but enjoyed what we...More
We stopped in to see the large shuttlecock sculptures outside and found out that the museum was open, so we checked it out and it was fantastic! They had a lot of different works by the "masters", paintings, sculptures and unique exhibits. Spent several hours...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.