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Diversity Jam

Friday, July 21

7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Mon-Sat: 10 a.m. Ė 5 p.m.
Sun: Noon Ė 5 p.m.

Extended hours available
For Group Events
835 E 1st St. in Old Town        
Wichita, KS 67202        
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Children 4 - 12:$6.95
Seniors 60+:$7.95
Children 3 and under:FREE!
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About Us:
Experience a trip through time at one of the most interesting and exciting museums in Kansas. Find surprises around every corner, including Ivan the T.Rex, two Egyptian mummies, and an expansive military history exhibit. Rent the banquet space for a unique setting to hold a social event, reception, or special occasion. Open daily except Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, and the last Saturday in July for the annual fundraiser. Senior discounts and group tours available.

The Museum of World Treasures is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

835 E 1st St
Wichita, KS 67202
In the Historic Old Town District

Mike Noller, President and CEO
Has been involved in the management and delivery of education services for the past 23 years Ė from operating a Wichita-based technology learning center that provided much needed curriculum and training to Kansas schools and families in the early 90s, to managing the delivery of more than $2,000,000 a year in education services to Fortune 500 companies for a global communications company. A Wichita native, Noller received a Bachelor of Science degree (Summa Cum Laude) in Electrical Engineering from Wichita State University and attended graduate MBA studies at the W. Frank Barton School of Business before leaving early to pursue a management opportunity with a Wichita based office furnishing and design company. Later, after spending eight years in Nashville, Tennessee, Mr. Noller returned to Wichita in 2005 to take over operation of the Museum of World Treasures. His extensive background in business and education provide him with the unique management skills required to build the Museum of World Treasures into the world-class historical museum its founder envisioned.

Lon Smith, Chief Development Officer
Has been involved in business and nonprofit development for over twenty years, having owned two companies and worked with a diverse array of nonprofit and higher education entities to lead them toward growth of programs, services, revenue and engagement. Smith served for nearly eight years as Executive Director at the Kansas Aviation Museum where he provided the vision that led to major additions, including aircraft restoration facilities, special archives, an education/activity center and a major mechanical upgrade that brought heat, air, elevator and ADA compliant restrooms to the facilities. Originally from the St. Louis area, Smith grew up in museums, his mother serving as curator of the county historical museum in his hometown and then later as director of the city history museum. Smith holds bachelors and masters degrees in Speech Communication and a Master of Public Administration degree with an emphasis on nonprofit management. With his unique set of experiences and skills, Smith is well positioned to help guide the Museum of World Treasures toward its significant growth potential.

Steven King, Curator
Has a background in geology and biology. He double majored in Biology and Geology at Wichita State University and went on to earn a Masterís in Vertebrate Paleontology from Bowling Green State University. Due to his background in sciences, he provides an important perspective on the artifacts in the Museumís fossil, rock, and mineral collections. He has taught Biology for several years as an adjunct instructor at Cowley Community College. This teaching experience is evident through his informative Museum tours and special programs. His primarily responsibilities include maintaining standards of collecting and preserving and interpreting the Museumís priceless artifacts.

Kristin Martin, Educator
Kristin has a background in the humanities and volunteer work. She graduated from Newman University in Wichita, Kansas, with a Bachelor of Science in History (Summa Cum Laude) and a minor in Biology. While at university, she regularly organized student events, charity fundraisers, service trips, and religious services. She also spent time as a research assistant and tour guide here at the Museum, where she developed a passion for providing guests the opportunity to think about history in a new and deep way. Kristinís passion for the humanities and long record of volunteer experience help her in arranging tours and conducting educational programs and outreach to the local community.
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