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    18th & Vine Historic Jazz District

    18th and Vine Kansas City, MO 64127 (map | website ) 816-221-1719

    The 18th & Vine Historic Jazz District is the birthplace of KC jazz and an urban destination for a sophisticated mix of great dining, live music and two of the best museums in the country, American Jazz Museum and Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.



    18th & Vine Historic Jazz District

    18th & Vine Kansas City, MO 64127 (map | website ) 816-221-1719

    The 18th & Vine District is the birthplace of KC jazz and an urban destination for those looking for the sophisticated mix of great dining, live music and two unique museums – The American Jazz Museum and The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.



    1950s All Electric House

    6305 Lackman Rd. Shawnee, KS 66217 (map | website ) 913-715-2550

    The American Dream – owning a home in the suburbs? Step back in time to experience a vision of the dream. Advertised as “The Home of the Future,” the 1950s All-Electric House used cutting-edge technology, modern home design for future forward living.



    Adventure Oasis Water Park

    2100 S. Hub Drive Independence, MO 64050 (map | website ) 816-325-7946

    Adventure Oasis Water Park features something for all ages with a lazy river, several water slides, interactive family pool, zero depth pool, climbing wall, and lap pool.



    Adventure Zip KC

    12755 Loring Drive Bonner Springs, Kansas 66012 (map | website ) 913-302-8881

    Visit Kansas City’s only zipline park! Adventure Zip KC is a 143 acre zipline park. Your adrenaline will start pumping when you experience a 300 foot elevation change! Enjoy the views from the 65 foot tower where you can see for miles.



    AMC Theatre Studio 30

    12075 S. Strang Line Road Olathe, KS 66062 (map | website ) 913-393-2262

    AMC 30 is offers traditional and unique movie theater options. Featuring Fork & Screen, a casual, in-theatre dining and entertainment; Cinema Suites, a premium, upscale in-theatre dining and entertainment; and MacGuffins, a bar and lounge area.



    American Girl Doll Store

    11327 W. 95th Street (Located in Oark Park Mall) Overland Park, KS 66214 (map | website ) 877-247-5223




    3200 Ameristar Drive Kansas City, MO 64161 (map | website ) 816-414-7000



    Antioch Park

    6501 Antioch Road Merriam, KS 66202 (map | website ) 9134038999

    One of the county’s largest and most visited parks, come and explore Dodge Town in Merriam’s Antioch Park. A small fishing lake with paved trails, playgrounds, picnic areas and shelters offer year-round recreation in the heart of Merriam.



    Appanoose Area Museum

    600 Shawnee Road Pomona, KS 66076 (map | website ) 785-665-7576



    Argosy Casino Hotel & Spa

    777 NW Argosy Casino Parkway Riverside, MO 64150 (map | website ) 816-746-3100

    Try your luck on the slot machines, roulette wheel or at the card table before enjoying a gourmet meal or succulent buffet before checking in to a luxurious suite.




    Atkins-Johnson Farm & Museum

    6607 NE Antioch Road Gladstone, MO 64119 (map | website ) 816-453-3276

    Enjoy the serenity of this 190+ year old homestead. The home itself dates back to the early 1830s and has, encapsulated within the house, a log cabin that can be viewed from inside the museum.



    Bass Pro Shop

    12051 Bass Pro Dr. Olathe, KS 66062 (map | website ) 913-254-5200

    Bass Pro Shops is part museum, art gallery, education, conservation and entertainment center. Great events and activities for the family offered year-round.



    Battle of Westport

    4000 Baltimore Ave. Kansas City, MO 64111 (map | website ) 816-561-1821

    Often referred to as the “Gettysburg of the West,” this conflict was the largest Civil War battle west of the Mississippi River and the last full-scale engagement in Missouri.



    Bingham-Waggoner Estate

    313 W Pacific Ave Independence, Missouri 64050 (map | website ) (816) 461-3491

    One of the most significant historical sites in western Missouri because of its role in the history of the area dn the people that lived there, the Bingham-Waggoner Estate is legendary.



    Buffalo Soldier Monument, Ft Lv

    Grant Avenue by Smith Lake Leavenworth, KS 66048 (map | website ) 913-682-4113



    Carroll Mansion

    1128 5th Ave Leavenworth, KS 66048 (map | website ) 913-682-7759

    1882 Victorian home with hand-crafted woodwork, beautiful stained glass windows & elegant antiques from the Victorian age to the early 20th century. Open Tues-Sat 10:30am-4:30pm.

  • Cedar Cove Feline Sanctuary

    3783 K-68 Highway Louisburg, KS 66053 (map | website ) 816.739.0363

    Cedar Cove is devoted to the care and preservation of endangered large cats, and educating the public on them. April through October and November through March they have seasonal hours on the weekends where you can watch them feed the cats.

  • Children’s Peace Pavilion

    1001 W. Walnut Independence, MO 64050 (map | website ) 816-521-3033

    Free hands-on museum engages children in concepts of peace through interactive exhibits, art, music, puzzles, mazes, puppets and more.



    Cider Hill Family Orchard

    3341 N. 139th Street Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-721-2507

    Take a hayride through the 25-acre orchards filled with 900 apple trees. Pumpkin patch and fishing pond. Apple season is July – November.



    Cinemark Theaters

    5500 Antioch Road Merriam, KS 66202 (map | website )



    Clendening History of Medicine Museum at KU Med

    3901 Rainbow Blvd. Kansas City, KS 66103 (map | website ) 913-588-7042

    The museum focuses on 19th and 20th century American medicine, with an emphasis on Kansas medicine, see pieces of medical equipment, books, manuscripts, art, artifacts and traveling exhibits.




    Comanche Acres Iris Garden

    12421 SE State Route 116 Gower, MO 64454 (map | website ) 816-424-6436



    Country Club Plaza

    4750 Broadway Blvd. (Plaza Customer Service) Kansas City, MO 64112 (map | website ) 816-753-0100

    The grandeur of the Country Club Plaza won the district Best of KC in the 2010 KC Visitors’ Choice Awards. With its beautiful fountains and statues, the Spanish-inspired Plaza features more than $1 million in artwork.



    Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre (Sandstone)

    633 North 130th Street Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-721-3400

    Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts and Miranda Lambert are among the musical artists performing at Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre during the 2014 summer concert season. Concert fans have been making memories for thirty years at this beautiful outdoor venue.



    Crossroads Arts District

    19th and Main Kansas City, MO 64108 (map | website ) 816-994-9325

    This district offers unique shops, restaurants and a thriving art scene. First Fridays are a local favorite with galleries and shops remaining open from 7-9 pm the first Friday of each month.



    Crown Center

    2450 Grand Blvd. Kansas City, MO 64108 (map | website ) 816-274-8444

    Crown Center ofers LEGOLAND Discovery Center, SEA LIFE Aquarium, Kaleidoscope, The Coterie theatre and Hallmark Visitors Center. Free activities offered, such as children’s exhibits, puppet shows and the Crayola Christmas Land.



    C.W. Parker Carousel Museum

    320 S Esplanade Street Leavenworth, KS 66048 (map | website ) 913-682-1331

    Ride on an original wooden 1913 C. W. Parker Carousel made in Leavenworth and tour a museum of carousel artifacts and history. This carousel is unique in that the animals are hand carved and one-of-a-kind.



    Dark Horse Distillery

    11740 W. 86th Lenexa, KS 66215 (map | website ) 913-492-3275

    Get a behind-the-scenes look at the world of handcrafted distilling with a tour of Dark Horse Distillery!



    Dave & Buster’s

    1843 Village West Parkway Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-981-6815

    Dave & Buster’s presents the latest and greatest electronic interactive entertainment in its famous Million Dollar Midway and traditional games such as billiards and shuffleboard.



    Deaf Cultural Center

    455 E. Park Street Olathe, KS 66061 (map | website ) 913-782-5808

    The Deaf Cultural Center is dedicated to providing programs and activities to inspire a deeper appreciation and understanding of the lives of deaf people, including language, culture, experiences, achievements and contributions worldwide.



    Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead

    13800 Switzer Road Overland Park, KS 66221 (map | website ) 913-897-2360

    Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead is a turn-of-the-century farm, located on 12 acres, featuring farm animals, fishing pond, horse-drawn wagon and pony rides, Ben’s Bank, dairy barn, Indian Encampment, one-room school house and more.



    Dietrich Cabin

    5th & Main Street in City Park Ottawa, KS 66067 (map | website ) 785-242-1232



    Englewood Station

    10900 E. Winner Rd Independence, MO 64052 (map | website ) 816-252-3372



    Exotic Driving Experience

    400 Speedway Blvd. Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 855-822-0149

    Drive some of the world’s most high-performance cars such as a Ferrari or Lamborghini on a real racetrack with no traffic, no stoplights and no law enforcement! Reservations required.



    Frisco Train Depot & Strang Line Waiting Station

    14907 W. 87th St. Parkway Lenexa, KS 66215 (map | website ) 913-492-0038

    This 1912-13 train depot was relocated to Sar Ko Par Trails park from it’s original location in Old Town Lenexa and houses the history of the rail line it once serviced.



    Frontier Army Museum

    Reynolds Avenue, Bldg. 80 Ft Leavenworth, KS 66027 (map | website ) 913-684-3191

    Ft Leavenworth history 1827-1917 & the frontier Army fr 1804. Open Tue-Fri 9am-4pm, Sat 10am-4pm. U. S. Picture ID required upon entering Fort.



    Geocaching in Merriam

    6304 E Frontage Road Merriam, Kansas 66202 (map | website ) 9134038999

    Seek and find digital treasure with your crew in Merriam. The Visitors Bureau has placed three geocaches throughout the city so grab your GPS and enjoy the outdoors. Be sure to log your finds at geocaching.com and snap a few pics! Happy caching.



    Great Lenexa Barbeque Battle (Kansas State Championship)

    Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park (87th & Lackman Road) Lenexa, KS 66215 (map | website ) 913-477-7100



    Grinter State Place Historic Site

    1420 S. 78th Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-299-0373

    Home of Moses Grinter, one of Kansas’ earliest pioneer settlers, who established the first ferry across the Kansas River. The 1857 Georgian Vernacular home built on the Delaware Indian Reserve may be the oldest farmhouse in Kansas.



    Harley-Davidson Final Assembly Plant

    11401 N. Congress Avenue Kansas City, MO 64153 (map | website ) 816-270-8023



    Harrah’s North Kansas City

    1 Riverboat Drive North Kansas City, MO 64116 (map | website ) 816-283-7204



    Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

    500 W. U.S. 24 Highway Independence, MO 64050 (map | website ) 816-268-8200

    Pay tribute to our nation’s 33rd president, Harry S. Truman by exploring his legacy at what the Dallas Morning News hailed as the Best Presidential Library in the nation.



    Harry S. Truman Library & Museum

    500 W. US HWY 24 Independence, MO 64050 (map | website ) 816-268-8200



    Hillsdale Lake

    26353 Jayhawker Drive Paola, KS 66071 (map | website ) 913-557-9900

    Fishing, hunting, camping, picknicking, boating, swimming, hiking, equestrian trails, a model airplane field, gun range and more await adventurers at Hillsdale Lake.



    Historic Main Street

    1st thru 5th Main Streets Ottawa, KS 66067 (map | website ) 785-242-2085



    Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway

    777 Hollywood Casino Blvd Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-288-9300

    Discover 2,000 of the newest slot machines and 52 action-packed table games including a 12-table Poker Room. Enjoy delicious dining, great nightlife and the kind of star treatment you won’t find anywhere else.




    10975 Metcalf Ave. Overland Park, KS 66210 (map | website ) 913-305-4359

    In for a little adrenaline rush? Check out iFLY Indoor Skydiving in Overland Park. iFLY is an exhilarating experience that will thrill fliers of all ages!



    Images Art Gallery

    7320 W 80th St Overland Park, KS 66204 (map | website ) (913) 232-7113

    Images Art Gallery is an artist owned, non-profit gallery whose mission is to promote art in the community.




    8500 W. 151st Street Overland Park, KS 66223 (map | website ) 913-851-1700



    Independence Events Center Community Ice Rink

    19100 E. Valley View Parkway Independence, MO 64055 (map | website ) 8164426128

    Cool off this Summer inside the Centerpoint Medical Center Community Ice Rink. Remember to bring socks and gloves! Wearing warm, layered clothing is recommended.



    Jesse James Bank Museum

    103 N Water Liberty, MO 64068 (map | website ) 816-736-8510

    The James Bank Museum located in downtown Liberty, MO is the site of the first U.S. daylight, peacetime bank robbery. The James Gang allegedly tied up the bank manager and his son, put them in the bank vault and robbed the bank of its assets.



    Jesse James Farm & Museum

    21216 James Farm Road Kearney, MO 64040 (map | website ) 816-736-8500

    The Jesse James Farm & Museum is located in Kearney, MO. Visit the home of the James Brothers – Jesse and Frank, and their gang. The visitor’s center is a mini museum with artifacts, mementos, and family photographs.



    John Brown Museum/Adair Cabin

    10th and Main St. Osawatomie, KS 66064 (map | website ) 913-755-4384

    The John Brown State Historic Site is located in beautiful John Brown Park. The museum houses the log cabin of Rev. Samuel Adair and his family lived. Learn about the struggles of these early pioneers through artifacts and interpretation.



    Johnson County Museum – KidScape Exhibit

    6305 Lackman Road Shawnee, KS 66217 (map | website ) 913-715-2550

    KidScape is designed to look like a suburban streetscape. Children are immersed into a exciting environment to learn about community through role-playing and meet some of Johnson County’s most talented citizens – past and present!



    Kansas Archeology Training Program Field School

    6425 SW 6th Avenue Topeka, KS 66615 (map | website ) 785-272-8681 x 266

    The Samuel and Florella Adair Cabin was originally located at the western edge of town. This site will undergo a field study in 2014 looking for evidence of everyday life and abolitionist activities during the Bleeding Kansas era.



    Kansas City Chiefs/Arrowhead Stadium

    One Arrowhead Dr. Kansas City, MO 664129 (map | website ) 816-920-9300

    Arrowhead Stadium is a state-of-the-art sports and entertainment destination. Arrowhead Stadium remains one of the nation’s top venues for fans. Home to the Kansas City Chiefs, experience the excitement football, other sporting events and concerts.



    Kansas City Renaissance Festival

    633 N. 130th Street Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-721-2110

    Bring your whole family, pets too, for a day of fun and entertainment at the Kansas City Renaissance Festival. The festival features seven themed weekends starting Labor Day weekend through Columbus Day.



    Kansas City Royals/Kauffman Stadium

    One Royal Way Kansas City, MO 64129 (map | website ) 816-921-8000

    The Kansas City Royals offer a classic American tradition at Kauffman Stadium. Fun for the whole family!



    Kansas City T-Bones at Community America Ball Park

    1800 Village West Parkway Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-328-2255

    Affordable family entertainment in an intimate stadium at CommunityAmerica Ballpark, Kansas City T-Bones offers most tickets priced under $10, free parking and fun and unique between-inning events.



    Kansas City Zoo

    6800 Zoo Dr. Kansas City, MO 64132 (map | website ) 816-513-5800

    The Kansas City Zoo offers visitors the unique experience of seeing more than 1,000 animals in naturalistic setting.



    Kansas Speedway (NASCAR)

    400 Speedway Boulevard Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-328-3300

    Feel the power of the engines at Kansas Speedway while watching top NASCAR drivers race toward the checkered flag.



    K.C. Strings Violin Shop

    5826 Merriam Drive Merriam, KS 66203 (map | website ) 913-677-0400

    Downtown Merriam is proud to include the only American maker of violins, violas, cellos and basses in the United States.



    KC Water Sports

    25825 Edgemore Rd Paola, KS 66071 (map | website ) 913-783-4300

    KC Watersports is the best wakeboarding destination in the Midwest.



    Kearney Historic Museum

    101 S. Jefferson St. Kearney, MO 64060 (map) 816-628-4397

    Exhibits tell the history of Kearney since its beginning as Centerville in 1856. Permanent displays include pictures of local war veterans’ through the years, Nativity Rock church, a drug store display and the safe that Frank James ashes were kept.



    Korean-Vietnam War Memorial

    91st and Leavenworth Rd. Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 9135738327

    The nation’s first dual-war memorial is dedicated to veterans of the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Marble memorial with two life-size bronze statues was formally dedicated on Veterans Day 1988. Located at the entrance of Wyandotte County Lake Park.



    Lakeside Speedway

    5615 Wolcott Drive Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-299-2040

    Lakeside Speedway’s half-mile asphalt oval track is part of the NASCAR Winston Racing Series. Spanning more than 40 years, the speedway plays host to many national touring series. Racing every Friday night, March – September.



    Lanesfield School Historic Site

    18745 S. Dillie Road Edgerton, KS 66021 (map | website ) 913-893-6645

    Imagine traveling on the overland trails, a Bleeding Kansas-era battle, a one-room school education, and early railroads. All can be experienced at the Lanesfield School site. The last remaining building from the “bust town” of Lanesfiled.



    Lansing Historical Museum

    115 E. Kansas Street Lansing, KS 66043 (map | website ) 913-250-0203



    Leavenworth Landing Park/3 Mile Creek Walkway

    Esplanade & Choctaw Streets Leavenworth, KS 66048 (map | website ) 913-682-4113



    Leavenworth Wayside Historical Walking/Driving Tour

    throughout Leavenworth Leavenworth, KS 66048 (map | website ) 913-682-4113

    21 Interactive waysides throughout Leavenworth that feature local artwork depicting images of significant historical people, structures or events associated with that site.



    Legler Barn

    14907 W. 87th Street Parkway Lenexa, KS 66215 (map | website ) 913-492-0038

    The stone barn was originally built in 1864, taken down stone by stone in 1972, and stored for over a decade before it was rebuilt and opened at its present location in 1988. Today, the museum houses items of local history and is open for tours.



    Legler Barn Museum

    14907 W. 87th St. Parkway Lenexa, KS 66215 (map | website ) 913-492-0038



    Lenexa Spinach Festival & Art, Fine Crafts & Antique Show

    87th Street & Lackman Road Lenexa, KS 66215 (map | website ) 913-477-7100



    Lewis and Clark Historic Park at Kaw Point

    One River City Dr. Kansas City, KS 66115 (map | website ) 913-573-8327

    This ten acre park features an open air education pavilion with interpretive signs about the expedition. Trails and boating.



    Lomopuar Art & Antiques

    106 W. Peoria Paola, KS 66071 (map | website ) 913.594.6373

    Are you a collector? There is something for everyone! Antiques, collectibles and local art. Located on the historic downtown Park Square.



    Louisburg Cider Mill

    14730 Hwy K-68 Louisburg, KS 66071 (map | website ) 800-748-7765

    Established in 1977, Louisburg Cider Mill features a country store with their fresh apple cider, cider doughnuts, Lost Trail Sodas, jams, jellies, and other down home food products. Open year round.



    Mahaffie Stagecoach

    1100 Kansas City Rd Olathe, KS 66061 (map | website ) 913-971-5111

    Relive the adventures of stagecoach passengers traveling the Santa Fe Trail on the Barlow and Sanderson Stagecoach Line. The stone farmhouse, built in 1865, was one of the first stops for westbound travelers using the Westport Route of the Trails.



    Merriam Aquatic Center

    6040 Slater Merriam, KS 66202 (map | website ) 9134038999

    Take a dip and make a splash at Merriam’s Aquatic Center from Memorial weekend to Labor Day. Featuring water slides, a zero-depth pool, lap lanes and concessions, this is a great afternoon stop in Merriam.



    Merriam Historic Plaza

    6304 E Frontage Road Merriam, Kansas 66202 (map | website ) 9134038999

    Located along I-35 at Shawnee Mission Parkway, Merriam Historic Plaza takes visitors on a self-guided tour of Merriam’s history along a beautiful paved path surrounding the Visitors Bureau.



    Merriam Marketplace

    5740 Merriam Drive Merriam, KS 66203 (map | website ) 913-322-5550



    Midland Railway

    1515 W. High Street Baldwin City, KS 66006 (map | website ) 913-371-3410



    Moon Marble Company

    600 E. Front Street Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-441-1432

    Lost your marbles? Find them at the Moon Marble Company along with traditional toys and game, glass ornaments, gift items and collector’s accessories. Watch marble-making demonstrations and learn how to play marble games. It’s fun for all ages!



    Mount Muncie Cemetery

    1500 N. 8th Street Lansing, KS 66043 (map | website ) 913-727-1935



    Museum at Prairiefire

    5801 W. 135th Street Overland Park, KS 66223 (map | website ) (913) 647-5315

    The Museum of Prairiefire is a collaboration with New York’s famed American Museum of Natural History. This hearland outpost will be the first venue outside of New York to continually host American Museum of Natural History traveling exhibitions.



    National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame

    630 Hall of Fame Drive (126th Street) Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-721-1075

    Take a journey 100 years long in this unique museum and complex chartered by Congress to honor the American farmer.

  • National Frontier Trails Museum

    318 W. Pacific Independence, MO 64050 (map | website ) 816-325-7575

    Watch an orientation film, “West”, see original covered artifacts and murals, learn about the Santa Fe, California and Oregon trails and “pack” your own wagon for the trek west.

  • National World War I Museum

    100 W. 26th Street Kansas City, MO 64108 (map | website ) 816-888-8100

    The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial is the only American museum solely dedicated to preserving the objects, history and personal experiences of a war whose impact still echoes in the world today.



    Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

    1616 E. 18th Street Kansas City, MO 64108 (map | website ) 888-221-6526

    The museum recreates the look, sounds and feel of the game’s storied past. Video presentations and memorabilia chronicle the history and heroes of the leagues from their origin after the Civil War to their demise in the 1960s.



    Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art

    12345 College Boulevard Overland Park, KS 66210 (map | website ) 913-469-3000

    The Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art is the largest contemporary art museum in the four-state region and the only one in Kansas. Frequently changing exhibitions means there is always something new to view.



    New Theatre Restaurant

    9229 Foster Overland Park, KS 66212 (map | website ) 913-649-7469

    The New Theatre Restaurant, open all year, brings Broadway-style musicals and plays with New York and Hollywood performers to Overland Park.



    Old Depot Museum

    135 West Tecumseh Ottawa, KS 66067 (map | website ) 785-242-1250

    The museum exhibits include a model railroad layout, displays tracing the life of abolitionist John Brown, Silkville (the utopian community created to raise silkworms), a Victorian Parolor, general store, military room and more.



    Old Quindaro Museum

    3432 N. 29th Street Kansas City, KS 66104 (map | website ) 913-244-8497

    Preserving the rich history of the community where runaway slaves once found sanctuary, see old-fashioned shackles and other items on display.



    Old Shawnee Days

    11600 Johnson Drive Shawnee, KS 66203 (map | website ) 913-706-8392



    One Block West Antiques & Collectibles

    20 South Cold Paola, KS 66071 (map | website ) 913.294.8499

    Located “one block west” of the historic downtown Park Square, One Block West Antiques & Collectibles features antique furniture, jewelry, collectibles, glass, trinkets, dolls, western art, saddles and so much more!



    Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

    8909 W. 179th Street Overland Park, KS 66085 (map | website ) 913-685-3604

    Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens is a 300-acre arboretum, open year round with more than 200 species of birds, 75 species of trees, miles of trails and multiple gardens as well as public art displays and Children’s Discovery Garden.



    Piano Technicians Guild Foundation Museum

    4444 Forest Avenue Kansas City, KS 66106 (map | website ) 913-432-9975

    Museum showcases the history of the piano as it relates to technicians, as well as technicians’ tools and pianos of historic value.



    Pioneer Trails Adventures

    217 N. Main Independence, MO 64050 (map | website ) 816-254-2466

    Provides narrated covered wagon rides (weather permitting) for families, groups or birthday parties around the historic Square.



    Pirtle Winery

    502 Spring Street Weston, MO 64098 (map | website ) 816-640-5728



    Plaza Cinemagic Experience

    209 S. Main St. Ottawa, KS 66067 (map | website ) 785-242-0777

    The Plaza Grill and Cinema is believed to be one of the oldest, if not the oldest, operating cinema in the country.



    PowerPlay Family Entertainment Center

    13110 W. 62nd Terrace Shawnee, KS 66216 (map | website ) 913-268-7200



    Prairiebrooke Art Gallery

    7900 Sante Fe Drive Overland Park, KS 66204 (map | website ) 913.341.0333

    Experience art at Prairiebrooke Gallery, where we believe that some things never lose their value. We see them again and again, yet they hold our interest with a kind of timeless simplicity.



    Prairie Spirit Trail

    Ottawa-Iola Ottawa-Iola, KS 66067 (map | website ) 785-448-5496

    This 51-mile converted railroad and the longest rail trail in Kansas begins at the Old Depot Museum in Ottawa and spans to Iola. Users can view wildlife, native prairie, rolling hills and fertile farmland.



    Pump It Up

    7230 W. Frontage Road Merriam, KS 66203 (map | website ) 913-236-7867

    The Inflatable Party Zone is the perfect place to host a birthday party or fun afternoon corporate team building event.



    Puppetry Arts Institute

    11025 E. Winner Road Independence, MO 64052 (map | website ) 816-833-9777

    Home to hundreds of marionettes and puppets from around the world, visitors can see professional puppet shows or paint and make their own puppets, then stage an impromptu show.



    Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum

    3436 N. 27th St. Kansas City, KS 66104 (map | website ) 913-321-1220

    Housed in the Vernon Multi Purpose Center, the museum has several artifacts and documents that tell the story of the town and people of Quindaro.



    Red Barn Farm

    16300 Wilkerson Road Weston, MO 64098 (map | website ) 816-386-5437



    Richard Allen Cultural Center

    412 Kiowa Leavenworth, KS 66048 (map | website ) 913-682-8772



    Richard Petty Driving Experience

    400 Speedway Blvd. Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 800-237-3889

    The Richard Petty Driving Experience puts you in a NASCAR stock car for an adrenaline pumping thrill that gets you as close to being in the race as you will ever get.



    Rosedale Memorial Arch

    35th and Booth Kansas City, KS 66103 (map | website ) 913-573-8327

    The Rosedale Memorial Arch pays tribute to soldiers who served our country in World War I. In 1993, a monument was added under the Arch to honor the soldiers of World War II, Korea and Vietnam conflicts.



    Rowe Ridge Winery

    11255 Leavenworth Rd. Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-721-9776

    Rowe Ridge offers a large selection of wines with tastings available Thursday – Saturday or by appointment.



    Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark

    9400 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66112 (map | website ) 913-312-3110

    Signature attractions include the world’s longest tidal wave river, a thrilling uphill water coaster and the Transportainment River System which allows guests to float throughout the park without ever leaving the water.



    Science City at Union Station

    30 W. Pershing Rd. Kansas City, MO 64108 (map | website ) 816-460-2020

    Part of historic Union Station, Science City provides real hands-on fun, all in the name of science. Dig for fossils or land a space shuttle in a NASA-style simulator. Science City is fun. Kids (of all ages) won’t realize how much they’re learning.



    Shawnee Town 1929

    11501 W. 57th Street Shawnee, KS 66203 (map | website ) 913-248-2360

    Shawnee Town 1929 is a living history museum with many hands-on activities. Programs consist of daily activities, special events, live music and engaging living history programs.




    9800 W. 62nd Terrace Merriam, KS 66202 (map | website ) 913-262-0711



    Smithville Lake

    Camp Office – 17201 Paradesian Street Smithville, MO 64089 (map | website ) 816-407-3420



    Somerset Wine Trail

    29725 Somerset Rd Paola, KS 66071 (map | website ) 913-294-9646

    The four wineries (Somerset Ridge, NightHawk, Middle Creek & White Wind Farms) of the Somerset Wine Trail each bring a signature style to their hand-produced, artisan wines from grape varieties specially selected for each vineyard and the region.




    Sporting Kansas City (MLS) at Sporting Park

    Sporting Park – One Sporting Way Kansas City, KS 66211 (map | website ) 913-387-3400

    See the 2013 Cup Champs Sporting Kansas City play in the state-of-the-art Sporting Park stadium.



    St. Francis De Sales Church

    900 Ida Street Lansing, KS 66043 (map | website ) 913-727-3742



    Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center

    720 N. Fourth Street Kansas City, KS 66101 (map | website ) 913-371-3264

    Features exhibits of original art, music and dance. Preserves the diverse cultures that Eastern European immigrants brought to Kansas City, KS in the early 1900s.



    Sumner High School Alumni Roon

    1610 North 8th Street Kansas City, KS 66101 (map | website ) 913-299-0793

    The archival records of Sumner High School – the only legislated African-American High School in the state of Kansas includes exhibits of photos, trophies, newspaper clippings and books written by alumni.



    Sunflower Hills Golf Course

    12200 Riverview Road Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-573-8570



    The BBQ Shack

    1613 E. Peoria Street Paola, KS 66071 (map | website ) 913.294.5908

    As Seen On Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives with Guy Fieri! The BBQ Shack is a step back in time with Andy, Barney, Opie and the gang.



    The Blue Room

    1600 E 18th St. Kansas City, MO 64108 (map | website ) 816-474-2929



    The College Basketball Experience

    1401 Grand Blvd Kansas City, MO 64106 (map | website ) 816-949-7500

    Features hands-on, interactive basketball exhibits and houses the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. Visitors will experience the coach-player relationship first-hand.



    The Lenexa Chili Challenge

    Santa Fe Trail Drive and Pflumm Road Lenexa, KS 66215 (map | website ) 913-477-7100



    The Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank

    1 Memorial Dr. Kansas City, MO 64198 (map | website ) 816-881-2683

    Free and open to the public, the Money Museum offers guests the opportunity to watch millions of dollars in currency be processed, lift a gold bar worth nearly $400,000 and enjoy fun, interactive exhibits while learning about the economy.



    The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

    4525 Oak St. Kansas City, MO 64111 (map | website ) 816-751-1ART(1278)

    The Nelson-Atkins is one of the nation’s top art museums The stunning Bloch Building is the equivalent of a 67-story office building lying on its side.



    The Tasteful Olive

    7945 Santa Fe Dr Overland Park, KS 66204 (map | website ) (913) 649-7900

    The Tasteful Olive is a unique olive oil and vinegar store where you can sample over 60 fresh unflavored, fused, and infused olive oils from around the world.



    Tim Murphy Art Gallery

    5701 Merriam Dr. Merriam, KS 66203 (map | website ) 913-322-5550

    Gallery space features monthly exhibits by local and regional artists. Exhibits are free to the public and many original pieces are for sale.




    9100 W. 74th Street (inside SMMC) Merriam, KS 66202 (map | website ) 9134038999

    Trinity, by local Merriam artist Dierk Van Keppel is located inside Shawnee Mission Medical Center. A stunning display of hand-blown glass artwork, this suspended piece is just one of many by Rock Cottage Glassworks in Merriam.



    Union Station

    30 W Pershing Rd. Kansas City, MO 64108 (map | website ) 816-460-2020

    Kansas City’s fully-restored, 1914 train station was voted Favorite Museum/Historical Site and Favorite Landmark/Monument in the 2010 KC Visitors’ Choice Awards.



    Vaile Mansion

    1500 N. Liberty Street Independence, Mo 64050 (map | website ) 8163257430

    This mansion is one of the best examples of Second Empire style architecture in the United States.



    Wine Barn Winery and Vinyard

    2850 N. 119th Street Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-721-5577

    The winery features Kansas grape wines and other Kansas-produced fruit wines that are satisfying to both the novice and experienced wine drinker.



    Wonderscope Children’s Museum of Kansas City

    5700 King Street Shawnee, KS 66203 (map | website ) 913-287-8888

    Wonderscope Children’s Museum of Kansas City provides fun, dynamic exhibits and programs that integrate the arts, sciences and literature for children ten and under, their parents and teachers from across the Kansas City area.



    Worlds of Fun/Oceans of Fun

    4545 Worlds of Fun Avenue Kansas City, MO 64161 (map | website ) 816-454-4545



    Wyandotte County Historical Museum

    631 North 126th Street Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-573-5002

    Immerse yourself in the history of early Wyandotte County. Learn about American Indians living in Wyandotte County before Christopher Columbus. Research your ancestry through cemetery records, court records, old newspapers, books and photos.



    Wyandotte County Lake and Park

    91st and Leavenworth Rd. Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-573-8327

    Park features a lake with marina, kids’ fishing pond, picnic shelters, boat rentals, bridle trail, archery range and the largest playground in Kansas City, KS.