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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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No entry fee but costs $10 to park in their garage. It was a bargain price to pay for the beauty inside and out. Large park with many trees, sculptures and an “art” mini golf course under a grove of Ginkgo trees. Beautiful original building...More
I had some down time during a recent business trip to the KC area and decided to visit the Nelson Atkins Museum. First off the entry price is right..FREE.
A pleasant surprise in the quality and diversity of the art work. And I especially enjoyed...More
It's nice to spend an hour or two wandering around an art museum. This museum is free, but it's $10 to park. However I found a free parking lot that's only a 5 minute walk away at the Kauffman Garden Center.
This is a beautiful museum. There are a variety of works from different parts of the world. The atmosphere on the museum is great and the sculpture walk around the facility is a must see. The mini golf that is currently taking place is a...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.