Kansas City area museums and attractions closed due to winter weather | FOX 4 Kansas City WDAF-TV

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – While a number of school districts in the Kansas City area decided to shut down or switch to virtual learning ahead of Wednesday’s winter stormmuseums and other attractions around the metro also close for the day.

Kansas City Union Station Announced attractions and exhibits will not open on Wednesday, and that includes the Auschwitz exhibit, Science City, and Extreme Screen. Union Station says that if you haven’t already rescheduled a time for existing tickets, you’ll receive an email to do so.

The Truman Library in Independence is closed Wednesday and Thursday. The library says if you have tickets for Thursday, email: [email protected] for refund and rescheduling information.

The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum announced on Tuesday The Royals Charities support anyone wishing to visit during Black History Month in Februarybut you will have to do it another day, they are closed on Wednesday and should reopen on Thursday.

At the end of the street, The American Jazz Museum will not be open.

The National Museum of the First World War says it’s closed on Wednesdaysand proximity Money Museum at the Kansas City Federal Reserve is as well.

FOX4 will continue watch for wintry weather conditions as another wave of this storm passes later in the daywith some additional snowfall expected in the afternoon and evening.

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