8201 State Line Road
Kansas City, MO 64114
1:00 – 4:00 PM (self-guided tours)
1:00, 2:00, 3:00 PM (guided tours on the hour)
COVID-19 Update: Beginning August 2, 2021, all guests are required to wear face masks while inside the Alexander Majors House.
About the Tour
Built in 1856, the Alexander Majors House originally served as the base of operations for Majors’ overland shipping company, Russell, Majors & Waddell. Majors was instrumental in the opening of the west, both because of his freighting company and his co-ownership of the Pony Express. Visitors will learn about his life and businesses, as well as daily life in the nineteenth century for wealthy Missouri families.
Self-guided tours of the Majors House allow guests to enjoy the museum at their own pace. Knowledgeable docents will be present during your tour to answer questions. Guests typically spend 30 minutes to an hour in the museum.
Guided tours are led by a docent and last from 45 minutes to an hour.
Guests arriving separately will be asked to exercise a 6-foot social distancing space from other guests in the museum whenever possible. Please do not visit the Majors House if you feel ill. Masks are required for all tours.
$5.00 per person (self-guided tour)
$8.00 per adult (guided tour)
$6.00 per student with student ID (guided tour)
$6.00 per senior 60+ (guided tour)
$5.00 per child (guided tour)
Free for children under 5 (all tours)
Combo Ticket: Purchase a combo ticket for $10 and tour both the Wornall & Majors Houses for one flat rate. Ticket is valid for one year from purchase date.
A large parking lot is adjacent to the Alexander Majors House (north).
The Majors House is not wheelchair accessible due to the historic nature of the home. There is wheelchair access to the first floor of the house available. For guests unable to visit the second floor of the home, your guide can provide you with a visual guide of the upstairs rooms of the house. The barn, restroom, and gift shop are handicapped accessible.