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American Jazz Museum

 Based on 9 ratings from across the web
Category: Entertainment and Arts, Museums and Galleries, Arts and Crafts, Arts Galleries, Art Museums and Galleries, Shopping
1616 E 18th St, Kansas City, MO 64108




8 Reviews of American Jazz Museum

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Okay by itself but better with baseball museum (combo ticket) by hatlad 93 contributions on Jan 18, 2009

At each great location, there are listening stations where you can select representative recordings of several of their big hits at that point in their career. There are numerous informative stations along the way to tell...
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Not worth the price of admission by dr12 35 contributions on Nov 6, 2007

I was expecting to see a lot of memorabilia and biographical details about the jazz artists, but left without learning much of anything. I was very unsatisfied with this musuem, especially considering the museum housed in...
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American Jazz Museum by kylebarber on Oct 20, 2003

Inside the gallery, you'll find shrines to some of the biggest names in jazz: Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and Charlie Parker. There are interactive multimedia stations that help differentiate musical...
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Worth the trip... by Cathy M. on Jan 16, 2008

The museum has a complete collection of memorabilia highlighting the origins of Kansas City jazz. Check the schedule at the Blue Room to see the featured artist(s). My favorite is Wild Women of Kansas City. Another popular...
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Okay... by zoohouse 88 contributions on May 29, 2006

This museum contains a lot of wonderful musical examples that can be listened to throughout. However, I was expecting a really tastefully done museum and this was not it. Difficult to follow, not worth the $6.00 a person...
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No title by Jai on May 6, 2006

It is mostly hands on with a lot of do-hickeys and knobs to play around with, but that is the fun of it. I hate taking my kids because I know we will be there all day while they explore all of the neat genres of music. (OK...so...
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WHERE IT BEGAN by n2thwind on Jun 11, 2004

The Jazz Museum is a wonderful tribute to the place where Jazz was born, an insightful and tasteful place to visit, you...
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The American Jazz Museum by Sergio on Oct 25, 2000

Mostly though, you have lots of listening booths and lots of commentary at hand that allow you to piece together Jazz's musical developments over the past 100 years. Imagine the listening booths at Borders, except there are...
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