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Ranked #61 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
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Ranked #62 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
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Ranked #63 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Owner description: Just Off Broadway Theatre has, for over 10 years, hosted local live theatre in our "black box" performance space located in... more » Owner description: Just Off Broadway Theatre has, for over 10 years, hosted local live theatre in our "black box" performance space located in Penn Valley Park. Over 60 performing arts companies have performed over 200 shows in the theatre for over 40,000 audience members.The theatre building, owned by Kansas City Parks and Recreation, has recently been dark as major space renovations were completed. Now, after almost a year of renovations, the theatre reopens in September with a brand new season of performing arts from some of the best theatre talent in Kansas City. The renovation has added a new, spacious lobby, new concession stand, new dressing rooms, a second performance space with a "sprung floor" and all new HVAC.The first production for the new season is the weekend of Sept. 16 and features the debut of Journeyman Theatre Company's "Generation Why" - a rock operetta that will play through October 1. Visit our website for more information. « less
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Ranked #64 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
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Ranked #65 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: This project is a collaboration between the Black Archives of Mid-America Inc. and Kansas City Public Library, funded by the... more » Owner description: This project is a collaboration between the Black Archives of Mid-America Inc. and Kansas City Public Library, funded by the Missouri State Library. « less
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Ranked #66 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Ballets; Cultural
Ranked #67 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Parks; Outdoors
A peaceful oasis in the middle of busy Kansas City; a great place for picnics, hikes and special events.
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Ranked #68 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Trails; Outdoors
Owner description: Starting in 1821, this ancient passageway was used on a regular basis by merchant-traders from Missouri to transport their... more » Owner description: Starting in 1821, this ancient passageway was used on a regular basis by merchant-traders from Missouri to transport their goods to Santa Fe, Mexico. « less
Ranked #69 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
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Ranked #70 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Educational Sites; Cultural
Distinguished college of art and design, this is a private, independent, four-year college founded in 1885.
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Ranked #71 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Historic Sites; Parks; Cultural
Owner description: Cave Spring is a 36 acre historic site and nature park located in Southeast Kansas City in Jackson County. The area includes... more » Owner description: Cave Spring is a 36 acre historic site and nature park located in Southeast Kansas City in Jackson County. The area includes a nature center with changing exhibits, picnic area, hiking trails, wildlife pond habitat, butterfly garden, and small cave. « less
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Ranked #72 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
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Ranked #73 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: Combining interactive astronomy education with spectacular public shows and night sky viewing opportunities, the Arvin... more » Owner description: Combining interactive astronomy education with spectacular public shows and night sky viewing opportunities, the Arvin Gottlieb Planetarium continues to be one of Kansas City's greatest connections to the night sky. Built as part of Union Station's renovations in the late 1990s, the Arvin Gottlieb Planetarium's 60-foot dome makes it one of the largest planetariums in the midwest. Union Station offers a number of opportunities in the planetarium for groups to take advantage of including field trips, Girl and Boy Scout badge workshops, summer camps, and other educational opportunities, as well as business meetings or general facility rental options. « less
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Ranked #74 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Neighborhoods; Cultural
Ranked #75 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
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Ranked #76 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: Casinos/Gaming
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Ranked #77 of 82 attractions in Kansas City
Category: History Museums; Museums
Museum featuring cattle and agricultural exhibits.
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Owner description: The Wornall House, built in 1858, is one of the few surviving Kansas City homes from the Civil War era. Built by farmer and... more » Owner description: The Wornall House, built in 1858, is one of the few surviving Kansas City homes from the Civil War era. Built by farmer and prominent Kansas Citian John Wornall, the house is perhaps most famous for its use as a field hospital during the Civil War. It has been restored to what it may have looked like during the Civil War & the Battle of Westport. « less
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Owner description: The Alexander Majors House is one of a handful of rare, antebellum houses in the Kansas City area surviving the Civil War and... more » Owner description: The Alexander Majors House is one of a handful of rare, antebellum houses in the Kansas City area surviving the Civil War and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1856 on a 300-acre farm, it served as Majors' home and headquarters for the Pony Express. It is now fully restored and open for weekend tours. « less
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