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  • The John Wornall House Museum The John Wornall House Museum

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(39.0164,-94.5929)
 

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Mission Statement

The historic John Wornall House Museum enriches its community by encouraging the enjoyment and understanding of the museum and the culture and history it represents.

Description

The John Wornall House Museum is a restored 1858 Greek Revival ante-bellum home. Built by John and Eliza Wornall, the home stands as a legacy to a rich history of westward migration, the overland trails, the Civil War and Border Warfare, and the development of the Kansas City metropolitan community.
Wornall family members occupied the home for over one hundred years and it stands today in the midst of the Brookside area as a testament to the past.
Local visitors as well as others from across the nation and foreign countries visit the Museum to learn more about the area' s history.
We invite you to join us in sharing our story, preserving our structure, and raising our visibility in the community.

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http://www.wornallhouse.org

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