Places you should visit atleast once in Kansas City
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art appeals to many kinds of visitors, such as little kids who appreciate the giant..
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
The side-wheel steamer Arabia was constructed in 1853 for powering through the muddy Missouri River waters with up to 200 tons of supplies in tow
Arabia Steamboat Museum
Kansas City residents are a little bit prideful about the Boulevard Brewing Company, as if to say: "So what if St
Boulevard Brewing Company
Just north of the Country Club Plaza, Westport is a popular neighborhood where people flock to enjoy shopping, dining and a night out on the town
One of Kansas City's most popular places to dine, shop, movie watch or simply just walk around is the Country Club Plaza
Country Club Plaza
The National World War I Museum is arranged in narrative form, as if WWI soldiers were telling visitors their own war stories through the exhibits
National World War I Museum
Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals make their home at Kauffman Stadium and the Royals are beloved by their..
As one of the largest public farmers markets in the Midwest, City Market features more than 30 permanent merchants selling produce, specialty foods,..
Kansas City's City Market
This district (right next to downtown's Sprint Center) consists of more than 50 shops, restaurants and nightlife venues..
Power & Light District
The Kansas City Zoo opened in 1909 with a modest collection of animals: four lions, three monkeys, a fox, a wolf, a badger, a lynx, an eagle and some..
Kansas City Zoo
If you’re looking to take a trip down memory lane during your Kansas City vacation, The National Museum of Toys and..
The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures
Chances are you've given or received a Hallmark greeting card at some point in your life
Hallmark Visitors Center
For a unique outing during your Kansas City getaway, consider seeing a performance at the Kauffman Center for the..
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Kansas City’s Union Station was built in 1914 and primarily used as a train station at that time
Science City is an interactive science center within Kansas City’s Union Station
Science City at Union Station