Kansas City Attractions
A Kansas City tradition since 1899, features livestock shows, rodeo, concerts, and an annual parade capped off by the world’s largest barbeque contest.
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
The Nelson-Atkins opened in 1933 and its newest addition, the Block building, ranked No. 1 in Time Magazine’s architectural marvels in 2007.
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A top ten theme hotel according to Go Magazine (AirTran Airways’ inflight magazine). Perfect for a romantic getaway or special occasion, guests can pick from 62 rooms featuring various themes from Jesse James to Roman Holiday.
College Basketball Experience
Located in the Sprint Center, this 41,500 square foot building features the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame.
Kansas City Zoo
At the Kansas City Zoo, you can travel the world without even leaving the gates. The Discovery Barn opened in summer 2006 and The Sprint IMAX Theatre with its six story tall screen and 12,000 watts of digital sound makes everyone feel a part of the action.
Liberty Memorial & WWI Museum
The National World War I Museum is the first and only American museum solely dedicated to preserving the objects, history and personal experiences of World War I.
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Opened in September of 2012, the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is a visually stunning building that is home to the Kansas City Ballet and the Kansas City Symphony.
KANSAS CITY, MO Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
The Country Club Plaza was the first shopping center in the world designed to accommodate shoppers arriving by automobile. The 55 acre site is home to many upscale restaurants and shops.
Power and Light District
More than 450,000 square feet of restaurants, clubs, retail and office space in downtown Kansas City makes this the largest entertainment district in the Midwest.
View of the Country Club Plaza lit up at sunset.
Kansas City’s new home for major concerts and sporting events was ranked No. 30 among the world’s top 100 arena venues and No. 14 among the United States’ arenas by Pollstar Magazine.
Sprint Center is a large multi-use indoor arena. The building is located on the east side of the Power & Light District and seats over 19000.
Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun
Enjoy one park at a time or go back and forth between land and water rides. Features the Patriot—the longest and tallest inverted roller coaster in the region. Worlds of Fun is open April to October, and Oceans of Fun is open May through September.