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Media Advisory

Union Station Releases Additional Auschwitz Exhibition Tickets to Meet Surging Demand

Expanded Hours Now Include Extended 9:00 am Daily Entrance to Meet Surging Local, Regional and National Demand
WHEN: Additional 9:00 am Tickets Just Released and Now On Sale
WHAT: Today, Union Station officials announced extended and expanded hours for the Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. exhibition. Reserved tickets for a daily 9:00 am timeslot are now available for the duration of the exhibition, scheduled to close at the end of January 30, 2022.
With weekend availability currently sold out thru the end of December, this additional hour will add nearly 22,000 new tickets available from September 7 thru the end of January. Based on a continued brisk pace of sales, Station officials encourage those interested to act quickly to secure tickets. Since opening the exhibition on June 14th, every day has been sold out.
In total, over 190,000 tickets have been claimed by guests from 49 States. And post-visit guest surveys have delivered a near-perfect experience rating with 97% of respondents saying they would recommend the exhibition to a friend or colleague.
Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away., presented by Bank of America, is expected to set Union Station records for their world-class exhibition series. Advance ticket purchases are necessary for admission. Walk-up tickets are not available. Tickets and additional information can be found here.
Exhibition Admission:*
  • Union Station Members: $15
  • Adults: $23.50
  • Students (3-22): $17.50
  • Senior (55+): $19
  • Groups: $15
*Excludes fees
WHERE: Union Station Kansas City
30 W Pershing Rd. KCMO, 64108
CONTACT: Michael Tritt,
Union Station Kansas City