Johnson County Museum unveils new shop, selling ‘Kansas swag’ and wares from local makers

The Johnson County Museum officially opened it revamped Museum Store after about a month of construction. The store, which sits in the commons of the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center, will sell locally-made items that connect museum goers to the history and culture of the area. Photo credit Nikki Lansford.

The Johnson County Museum officially celebrated the re-opening of its new and improved Museum Store with a ribbon cutting this week.

Located at 8788 Metcalf Avenue, the store sits in the commons of the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center.