My husband and I recently visited the renovated Kansas City Museum. The only building now open to is the Corinthian Hall, which contains memorabilia from the Long family on the first floor and an overview of Kansas City’s history on the second floor.
Much of the museum has changed from its incarnation in the eighties and nineties, when we used to visit. But I immediately recognized the grand fireplace in the library, where I took my children to see the Fairy Princess at Christmas time. I’m not a Kansas City native, so that holiday tradition didn’t mean much to me. But most of the other parents were as enthralled as their children to see the princess.
What local traditions do you appreciate?
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