Historical Epitaphs, Voices from the Past

Saturday, October 05 2019, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM [CST]

227 E 28th Ter, Kansas City, MO, 64108, United States

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4PM TOUR SLOT Partial Approval - $20.00

Available Tickets - 30 Sales end on - 10/05/2019

Light refreshments included

5PM TOUR SLOT Partial Approval - $20.00

Available Tickets - 30 Sales end on - 10/05/2019

Light refreshments included

6PM TOUR SLOT Partial Approval - $20.00

Available Tickets - 19 Sales end on - 10/05/2019

Light refreshments included

7PM TOUR SLOT Partial Approval - $20.00

Available Tickets - 24 Sales end on - 10/05/2019

Light refreshments included

Kids Under 12 Partial Approval - Free

Available Tickets - 30 Sales end on - 10/05/2019

Must be accompanied by an adult

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Event Information

Saturday, October 05 2019, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM [CST]

About the Event

The Union Cemetery Historical Society, in partnership with Kansas City, MO Parks and Recreation, proudly presents its Fall marquee event.

"Historical Epitaphs, Voices from the Past" is a theatrically enhanced guided evening tour of Kansas City's oldest public burial ground, Union Cemetery.

As you're guided through the tombstones, visitors enjoy in-depth story telling by some of KC's best local actors portraying some of Kansas City's most unforgettable citizens, buried right at your feet!

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We recommend that guests bring their own flashlights, dress for the weather, and to arrive ahead of their scheduled tour time. Street parking is available on the West side of the Cemetery entrance (near Warwick Tfwy & E. 28th Terrace). For those who are able, we also encourage attendees to walk, bike, or ride public transportation.

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*Kids under 12 get in for free*

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About the Organizer

Founded in 1984, the mission of the UCHS is to develop and protect the records of Union Cemetery and to help the Kansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation Dept preserve and protect Union Cemetery for future generations.

CONTACT ORGANIZER

Kim Hersh

Kim Hersh

Caroline Huffman

Caroline Huffman

Marcia Leibold

Marcia Leibold

Gregory Schwarz

Gregory Schwarz

Linda Pulse

Linda Pulse

Cathy Howard

Cathy Howard

Cathy Howard

Lynne Herzberg

Lynne Herzberg

Lynne Herzberg

Lynne Herzberg

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