Opened in June 2017, the renovated former King Louie bowling complex comes alive as the new home of the Johnson County Museum, the All-Electric House, and more!
Johnson County Museum, in Overland Park, Kansas, invites you to explore the community's history and heritage. The museum offers innovative, engaging, and challenging programs that will inspire of all ages to discover a sense of place and spark excitement about history.
The museum offers long-term and changing exhibits, the children's history experience KidScape, field trips, homeschool, youth and scout programs, lectures, special events, birthday party packages, rental space and a wide variety of online research tools. There are two locations: the history museum inside the Johnson County Arts & Heritage Center in Overland Park and the Lanesfield Historic Site in Edgerton, Kansas.
The museum's historic collections include more than one million photographs, 20,000 3-D artifacts, and 300 cubic feet of archival material.
Guided tours of the signature exhibition, "Becoming Johnson County", are available daily. For a private guided tour for your group or club, call (913) 715-2570 to make a reservation.
8788 Metcalf Ave
Overland Park, KS 66212
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