Stay Connected to These KC Institutions
While Kansas City's physical museums and cultural centers are currently closed, many have quickly elevated their digital resources to an entirely new level. Whether you're learning from home as a family or revisiting your favorite institution in an all-new way, here's how you can keep connected while staying safe at home.
National WWI Museum and Memorial
Within the National WWI Museum and Memorial's website and social media channels, you'll find everything from live story times for future historians and robust digital exhibitions to reminders of past moments when global communities banded together for the collective good.
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
While you wait for the stage to spring back to life, stay tuned with the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts on Instagram for giveaways, trivia questions and even a chance to showcase your own talents.
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Aside from sharing artwork in the museum's collection and introducing featured artists, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art offers simple ways to find inspiration and create your own masterpiece right at home.
Kansas City Royals
If you're eagerly awaiting the return of baseball season, you won't want to miss the Kansas City Royals on Instagram and YouTube. Take a (virtual) trip to the ballpark with flashbacks to unforgettable moments in franchise history, behind-the-scenes player interviews and even a few star-studded tips on ways to stay healthy.
Additional Coronavirus Resources
To learn more about how you can help the local community, and for updates regarding COVID-19 in the Kansas City region, go to VisitKC.com/community.