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Nelson-Atkins Museum

Nelson-Atkins Museum

Art museum opened in 1933 by the foundation created after the death of Nelson Atkins. It holds modern and classic works, especially paintings and sculptures.

See some paintings from the Nelson Atkins Museum.

4525 Oak Street,
Kansas City, Missouri 64111, United States.
Near Kansas City Art Institute, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, city center.
Phone +1 816 751 1278
Comments on the hours Different exhibitions are scheduled throughout the year, check for holidays on which it might close and other details.
How to get there - The building is close to the center, however, the city does not have metro or tram transport. Taxi or car is recommended.
Entrance fee Free. Some exhibitions are private and have an entrance fee, contact for more information.
Location coordinates
Latitude: 39.044968
Longitude: -94.580923
Year of foundation 1933
Institution information See on Wikipedia.
Also known as Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

  • On the map:
    Coordinates: Latitude: 29.7256053 | Longitude: -95.3927274

  • Official logo:

    Official Museum Logo.

  • The building and its gardens:

    General view of the facilities.

    General view of the museum and the entrance gardens. With a giant badminton shuttlecock, a replica of Rodin's "The Thinker" at the entrance and building mimicking classical architecture with the text "William Rockhill Nelson Gallery Of Art".

Paintings in the Nelson Atkins Museum:

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