On a recent visit to KC I decided to venture over to the Jazz Museum, which was OK, but certainly not a WOW experience. I almost didn't go into the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, but had time to kill, so decided to spend it there. From the moment I entered, I knew that I was somewhere really special. The mood, the feel, the excitement, just grabbed me. The electrifying rendition of the Star Spangled Banner in the orientation video made all of the hairs stand up on my arms, and a chill run down my spine. The movie, narrated by the voice of God himself, James Earl Jones, raised my excitement level even more.THe museum is a masterpiece - the color, the texuture, and the compelling stories just reach off the wall and grab you. What a story, and what storytellers. I am telling everyone I know that this is by far the best museum that I have ever visited, and I am a dyed-in-the-wool museum goer.Congratulations on a fantastic telling of an unbelievable story. Every American - especially those who are constantly looking for ways to limit the rights of Americans - should see this exhibit.
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