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  • $12 million campaign aims to build a new larger children's museum and library

    The Wonderscope Children’s Museum of Kansas City at 5700 King St. in Shawnee is wanting to improve the experience for children and they are working with other interest groups to start a $12 million campaign to build a new, larger children’s museum and library on property near Red Bridge and Holmes roads.

$12 million campaign aims to build a new larger children's museum and library

The Wonderscope Children’s Museum of Kansas City at 5700 King St. in Shawnee is wanting to improve the experience for children and they are working with other interest groups to start a $12 million campaign to build a new, larger children’s museum and library on property near Red Bridge and Holmes roads.
Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star