Also from October 3
Will you be attending the Cookin' on the Kaw BBQ and Blues contest this weekend?
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- Museum plan calls for transformation into national attraction
- Leaders say vision cannot happen at museum’s current Shawnee facility
- October 3, 2011
- The Johnson County Museum of History envisions moving out of its current Shawnee location and building a new, $44 million National Museum of Suburbia from the ground up. More realistically, the museum will keep looking for an existing Johnson County building it can renovate and grow into a national museum one phase at a time. Either way, the museum’s plans call for escaping the 1927 structure at 6305 Lackman Road.