The John Wornall House was restored in 1964 by the Jackson County Historical Society. Prior to that time, it had served exclusively as a Wornall family residence, with one brief exception – it was used as classrooms for the Pembroke Country Day School for Boys for less than a year. It was opened to the public as Kansas City’s first house museum in 1972. It became autonomous from the Jackson County Historical Society in the 1990s.
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