Barbara Drexel Bescher established Drexel Hall is 1910. As an immigrant and single mother of seven, Drexel took her business savvy from her small vegetable stand in the River Market and founded an event space in the up-and-coming midtown district. By 1925, Drexel Hall had become a Kansas City architectural landmark. Since its opening, Drexel Hall has hosted thousands of gatherings from small suffragette meetings to large Italian weddings. Its stunning, open-air interiors, convenient location,
3301 Baltimore, Kansas City, MO 64111
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Free parking is available in a lot adjacent to Drexel Hall. McGilley’s Midtown, located directly accross the street, also allows free parking for Drexel Hall events in their large, well-lit parking lot. Street parking is also available.
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