Kansas City, M.O. — The Kansas City Museum will reopen Corinthian Hall to the public on Thursday, October 21, 2021, after several years of extensive restoration and renovation. G&A and its partners have created an immersive history and humanities-based experience within the Kansas City Museum, which is home to over 100,000 objects, historical artifacts, and archives. Corinthian Hall will provide a rich sample of Kansas City’s history while portraying the daily lives of past generations.
"Through integrated design, Corinthian Hall at the Kansas City Museum will provide a deep dive into the history and culture of Kansas City," said Jamie Rains, Design Director for Exhibits at G&A and Project Lead for The Kansas City Museum. "G&A is proud to help create the design for this museum, which will immerse visitors into the vibrant cultural heritage and often untold stories of Kansas City dwellers."
The Museum will preserve, interpret, and celebrate Kansas City through its collections and exhibits that boldly reflect the city’s evolution and spirit, while providing visitors an engaging experience of the unique stories about the city’s past. It will be an educational, creative, and collaborative experience where individuals and communities can innovate and inspire civic unity.
For more information about the Museum and its hours of operation, visit the website.
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