Kansas City is the Heart of America! There is Fun for all Ages! Stop by our office and check out our Attraction Wall from Good Food, Good Fun, and Good Times!
Come be a part of Chiefs Kingdom with tickets to a game or go behind-the-scenes with a stadium tour. Tours take guests to the locker room, the sidelines of the field and The Hall of Honor. Football season runs August to December. Stadium tours offered Fridays and Saturdays, March to December.
Come experience Kansas City Royals baseball at Kauffman Stadium. Enjoy major league value and soak up America's pastime in one of the most beautiful ballparks in the country. For more details, visit royals.com/promotions
More Zoo for You to explore. Over 200 acres of adventure filled with more than 1,000 animals. Travel all over the world without ever leaving the Kansas City Zoo. Explore a penguin empire at Helzberg Penguin Plaza. Journey to the Polar Bear Passage and swing by Orangutan Canopy. Open year round!
This favorite family entertainment destination offers year-round fun. Crown Center is home to SEA LIFE Aquarium and LEGOLAND Discovery Center, plus more that 40 shops and restaurants, live theaters, free exhibits, outdoor movies, festivals and seasonal ice skating. Don't miss the 100' tall Mayor's Christmas Tree.
One of 13 U.S. Presidential Libraries, the Harry S. Truman Library & Museum features interactive exhibits on the life and times of Harry S. Truman and his presidency. Visitors can also see a replica of the Oval Office with a recorded message from Truman about the contents, view Truman's working office, and pay their respects at his grave site. Open 7 days a week, closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.
At LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Kansas City you can reach out and touch the stars in the 4D cinema, learn top LEGO® building secrets from the Master Model Builder, see iconic landmarks in MINILAND®, make a celebration even more memorable in one of our special party rooms, and much, much more! It's the ultimate place for all LEGO® fans - young and old.It's the ultimate place for all LEGO® fans, and all the attractions are included in all our ticket prices.
This 15-square-block district features 150 shops and restaurants with names you won't find anywhere else in Kansas City, like Michael Kors, Restoration Hardware, Seasons 52, Tiffany & Co. and The Capital Grille. Designed in 1922, the Plaza features romantic Spanish architecture and art throughout the district, and has become one of the Midwest's premier shopping, dining and entertainment destinations. One of the most eventful times is over Thanksgiving and Christmas with the Plaza Lighting Ceremony beginning on Thanksgiving Eve and the lights staying on even after New Year's! Horse drawn carriage rides are located on the Country Club Plaza. Experience your forever memory where Cinderella and Vintage carriages make your dreams come true.
Worlds of Fun Oceans of Fun - one park, one price, twice the trills, where guests enjoy all 235-acres of rides and slides. Worlds of Fun amusement park features over 100 family rides, thrill rides, waterslides, shows and attractions including seven world-class roller coasters. Plus the Midwest's largest Halloween event in September and October. New in 2015! Splash Island, a 4200 square feet interactive waterpark family attraction.
Paradise Park features family fun and adventure including foam factory, 24-foot rock climbing wall, bumper cars and a game room. Outside, enjoy laser tag, go-karts, batting cages, children's play garden and much more!
Union Station is Kansas City's signature historical landmark and a civic asset. The meticulously restored facility is - in and of itself - a historical artifact and is open daily to the public for viewing at no charge. Its maintenance is vital to the preservation of Kansas City's regional history.
Union Station also serves as a showcase for the Smithsonian Institution and other traveling museum exhibits. It also houses a science center, Science City, a state-of-the-art planetarium, and a train exhibit, the KC Rail Experience. An entertainment area includes a live theater, the region's only 3D giant screen movie theater, shops and restaurants.
The Truman Home stands 20 miles south of Independence. Mr. Truman operated the family farm from 1906-1917. The home is now part of the Harry S. Truman National Historic Site. Guided tours provided.
This attraction stands as an architectural symbol of God's involvement with humankind through the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Highlighting the building is a 1,600-seat sanctuary and a 102-rank, 5,685 pipe organ built by Casavant Freres Limitee in Quebec, Canada. Also houses two visitor theaters, a lecture hall, classrooms, museum, bookstore, library, chapel with adjacent meditation garden and administrative offices. Open to the public for guided tours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays.
The LDS "Mormon" Visitors Center, owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS). The center is situated on the Greater Temple Lot dedicated and purchased by Joseph Smith and his associates in 1831, only a few yards away from the Church of Christ Temple Lot's headquarters Community of Christ Temple.
Journey to a time when Missouri was way out west in the wilderness. Experience the lives of men and women who secured the American Frontier. Built in 1808, under the direction of William Clark, co-leader of the Lewis & Clark expedition, the Fort served as a trade center and a military garrison. Open all year round.