Amelia Earhart's birthplace is about 40 minutes from Kansas City. In many states, you learn about her in the fourth grade. But there is so much more to know about Amelia Earhart. What Amelia accomplished in 39 years of living is astonishing. She was so much more than an aviator. She was a photographer, a wife, a stepmom, a sister, a daughter, a friend, an airline owner, a clothes designer, a college advisor, an author, a great orator to just name a few.
The 1940's home grew from a one-room cabin to a three-floor home from 1961 to 1972. Amelia was born here in 1897 and lived here from three to twelve years old.
Come and walk back in time and be inspired.
We are open for tours by appointment from 9 am to 3:15 pm on Friday and 10 am to 3:15 pm on Saturdays.
Self-guided tours take about 30 minutes. You can read from a tour sheet or use a QR code reader that talks to you in each room. (QR code readers are on many phone cameras. If you don't have a QR code reader, you can download them for free.) We stagger guests and groups by taking appointments for tours.
Picture from the Alex Mandel Archives.
Adults are $8
Seniors are $7
Military (active or retired) are $4
Children ages 5-12 years old are $4
Family $20 (w/2 parents & at least 3 kids between ages 5 and 12)
99s are free (women pilot organization)
49 1/2's are $4
Groups of 10 or more are $6 each