Loose Mansion is a lovely and historic venue for wedding ceremonies and receptions. The mansion was originally built by Jacob and Ella Loose between 1907 and 1909. The Loose fortune came via the cookie and cracker business. Jacob Loose was responsible for both the American Biscuit Company, which later merged with Nabisco, and Sunshine Biscuits, which invented Hydrox cookies. The mansion he built is now on the National Historic Register and has been meticulously restored to it’s former beauty. Hardwood floors, a grand wooden staircase and beautiful molding are a few of the wonderful architectural details Loose boasts. The mansion is centrally located between Country Club Plaza, Crown Center, Westport and Downtown. It’s a great location if you have lots of out of town guests who have never experienced Kansas City.
The mansion is four floors with 15,000 sq. ft. of space. Onsite parking is offered, as is a 2,200 sq. ft. Carriage House that can be used for getting ready or for over night accommodations. The space offers in-house catering and includes rentals like linens, microphones, and even a frozen drink machine!
101 East Armour Blvd.
Kansas City, MO 64111