Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: African Art Collection- The African collection comprises approximately 300 objects that are diverse in form and in media.
American Jazz Museum: Exhibits include the history of the African-American experience on 18th & Vine and its contributions to the cultural, social and economic development of Kansas City.
Black Archives of Mid-America: Collections featuring paintings, sculptures and writings by black artists. Archive of information on local writers, musicians and leaders in Kansas City.
Bruce R. Watkins Cultural Heritage Center: This museum is a tribute to the legacy of Kansas City’s early African-American pioneers, portraying the artistic, cultural and social history of the African-American experience.
Negro Leagues Baseball Museum: Museum dedicated to the history of Negro Leagues Baseball, with interactive exhibits for all ages.
U.S. National Archives: Kansas City is one of the 11 branches of the National Archives. Current Exhibit at National Archives: Documented Rights (Through March 19). The exhibition features documents that give voice to the national struggle for human and civil rights.