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Located in the Historic 18th & Vine Jazz District in Kansas City, MO, the American Jazz Museum showcases the sights and sounds of jazz through interactive exhibits and films, the Changing Gallery exhibit space, Horace M. Peterson III Visitors...more
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If jazz is your music, as it is mine, then you know that Kansas City played a prominent role in the music right up there with New Orleans, Chicago and 52nd St. It's where Count Basie came to fame, along with Lester Young and other...More
I had been here before, and brought my daughter's family on this visit. I remember really enjoying listening to the various samplings and explanations of jazz, but it seemed there is much less seating around the listening areas (or I have much worse standing skills)...More
Visit this absolutely fabulous collection of memories; facts; sounds, and sights connected with the jazz music genre. Early on a Saturday morning, I had it to myself for the few half hour or so, and spent that and in all, a very enjoyable few hours...More
I had not originally planned to go to the American Jazz Museum, not realizing they were in the same building. I bought the combo ticket, and walked across where I was given a quick overview and a map. It's self-guided and self-paced, with some great...More