The heritage of a great people awaits you at the Kansas African American Museum. View thousands of artifacts that reflect the diverse contributions and history of the African culture, including traditional and contemporary African and African American art.
See the best work of local aspiring African American artists in visual, literary and performing arts mediums. A premiere museum in the Midwest, the museum’s archival department enables youth and adults to research African Americans and local history.
Housed in one of the oldest African American churches in the state, the historic neoclassical Calvary Baptist Church was built by African Americans in 1917 and is now listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The museum is committed “to preserving the history of a great people” through exhibits, cultural programing, youth acytivities/camps, and educational lectures.rn