Continuing our little tour of Kansas City, we stop at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art – hosting a series of exhibitions along with their permeant collection of modern pieces.

About the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art:

“Kansas City’s acclaimed, free contemporary art museum, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art opened in 1994 and draws more than 100,000 visitors each year. The Museum boasts three locations and a rapidly growing permanent collection of modern and contemporary works of artists from around the world. The Museum hosts temporary exhibitions, installations, film and video series, lectures, concerts, workshops, and other creative programs.”

Almost better than the art and the museum’s cool building, is the Kemper’s resident restaurant – the great Café Sebastienne:

“One of Kansas City’s premier restaurants, Café Sebastienne combines the worlds of contemporary art and contemporary cuisine in the heart of Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.”

Café Sebastienne is perfect for lunch while visiting the museum – or perfect anytime on its own – reservations recommended.

Learn more and plan your trip to The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art here.

Visit Café Sebastienne online here.