OLATHE, Kan. — Kansas City has a code new museum. At a Kansas City Automotive Museum you’ll find dozens of vintage, classical and singular cars, that includes one that was built in a metro some-more than a 100 years ago.
The museum non-stop in Jun after years of selling and fundraising. Kyle Yarber is a museum’s curator and chronological director.
“In 2011 several automobile enthusiasts were articulate and satisfied that Kansas City did not have a open automobile museum that it
was in fact a largest city but a open automobile museum,” he said.
“We have a story that usually 3 or 4 cities in a nation can rival,” pronounced Yarber.
In May 1912 Ford started building a Ford Model T in a metro.
“Kansas City was home of a initial Ford prolongation trickery outward of Detroit,” he said.
The museum is family accessible and also has an interactive family vaunt where we can get behind a circle of a veteran pushing simulator.
The museum pronounced it’s flourishing so quick it’s already using out of space. It hopes to pierce from a stream 12,000 block feet plcae during 15095 West 116th Street in Olathe to a permanent 60,000 block feet trickery nearby a Kansas Speedway.
“In a subsequent 4 or 5 years we wish to be in a trickery 5 times this large,” pronounced Yarber.
The museum is open from 10 until 5 each Monday by Sunday. For some-more information CLICK HERE.