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Kansas City Attractions

Explore Kansas City and experience some of its best attractions. Please buy tickets directly from the locations listed, if applicable.

100 W. 26th Street, Kansas City, MO
The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial inspires thought, dialogue and makes the experiences of the World War I era meaningful for present and future generations.

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
1616 E 18th St., Kansas City, MO
The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum celebrates Kansas City’s baseball history, particularly the Negro National League and the legendary Kansas City Monarchs. The institution, which was designated a national museum by Congress, also tackles the hard truths of the ballplayers who faced racism and segregation in the sport and in their daily lives. Using historic timelines, interactive displays, themed galleries, artifacts and lifestyle exhibits, the museum proves a testament to the talent and perseverance of its stars. 

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
525 Oak Street, Kansas City, MO

From ancient times to modern day, this encyclopedic museum is one of the best in the country, offering visitors the opportunity to explore civilization through the eyes of painters, sculptors, craftsmen, and many other artists. The Nelson-Atkins is free to all visitors.

Kansas City Streetcar
Running from the River Market on the north end to Union Station and Crown Center on the south, KC Streetcar connects all the downtown neighborhoods with 16 platform stops and 2 miles of track. Shop local produce, couture, antiques and KC memorabilia; enjoy the culture of art galleries, events, concerts and plays; satisfy your hunger/thirst/cravings with a variety of culinary offerings. It's free to ride!

Kansas City Zoo
6800 Zoo Drive, Kansas City, MO

Stretched across 202 acres in beautiful Swope Park, the Kansas City Zoo has helped connect families to the natural world around us for more than 100 years. Thanks to continuous improvements and major openings around the corner, there’s always a new adventure at the Zoo.

Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
4420 Warwick Blvd, Kansas City, MO
Kansas City's acclaimed, free contemporary art museum boasts a rapidly growing permanent collection of modern and contemporary works of art from around the world, and hosts exhibitions, installations, film and video series, lectures, concerts, workshops, and other creative programs.

Worlds of Fun
4545 Worlds of Fun Ave., Kansas City, MO
Worlds of Fun is the Midwest’s largest amusement park with hundreds of acres of thrills, giggles, and lifelong memories with families and friends. Enjoy adventures in five areas of the park—Africa, Americana, Europa, Orient and Scandanavia. Little ones have their own world at Planet Snoopy, filled with kid-sized rides and activities. Have a world of fun at Worlds of Fun! Plus the Midwest’s largest Halloween event in September and October.

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