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City Market

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City Market

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20 E 5th St, Kansas City, MO 64106-1102
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Kansas City Segway Tour: Country Club Plaza Area
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Kansas City Segway Tour: Country Club Plaza Area

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Perfect for both visitors and locals, this Segway tour provides a fun and seamless way to explore Kansas City and its storied Country Club Plaza area. Pick between two daily departure times, meet your guide in Downtown, and get acquainted with your Segway. Following a brief training session, set off on two wheels. Your destination is the Country Club Plaza: a historical, expansive shopping center, the Plaza is renowned for its distinctive architecture and many top shops and attractions.
$65.39 per adult
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JHeskin wrote a review Sep 2020
Duluth, Minnesota
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A super interesting and sensory stimulating place. Amazing sights, smells, products, shops etc. Go here if you want to really feel local energy and culture and if you want to experience a very unique outing.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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RJBandRDB wrote a review Jul 2020
Camdenton, Missouri
Loved visiting this market, the ambiance and food was great too. Visit Carollo's City Market Grill and if you are vegetarian there are tons of other options around too. Loved the woodwork especially - great place to visit and hang out. Opposite some interesting African clothing and the steamboat wheel. A fun place to stop/shop.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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rescueagreyhound wrote a review Jul 2020
Akron, Ohio
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Okay, going into this we knew what this would be like. Unique little shops and places to eat. The diversity of cultural food is splendid. We each chose a different place to eat. Some liked their meal while others were disappointed. Pigwich, Taste of Brazil, and Tikka House were the restaurants that members of our group ate at. Pigwich was disappointing for three people. The fries had been made ahead of time and sat around until needed. The sandwiches were just okay. Taste of Brazil and Tikka House were good, based on the others feedback. The soda and spice shops were our favorite. We left with 12 bottles of goofy and weird pop. The spice shop had a lot of open containers of different spices to smell and purchase. Unfortunately, the farmers market was not open on the weekday we went. However, there was one produce vendor open. On the day we went, Wednesday, parking was easy to find and free. For something to do and stroll through, City Market is worth the visit. Masks were optional for visitors but vendor required.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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goldwingpilots wrote a review Jan 2020
Olathe, Kansas
I haven't been to the City Market for many years and it has grown quite a bit since then. There are a lot of vendors and plenty of things to chose from but its very crowded and parking is really dismal. I am glad we went but I doubt we go back very often due to the amount of work it takes to get parked.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Romanw871 wrote a review Dec 2019
Redwood City, California
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This place is located close to the river. Also this is one of the terminal stations for KC tram. We went the weekend of Thanksgiving. Got very lucky with the weather. Also there was additional performance - carols and Christmas songs. A lot of places to buy local products, art, spices, fruit and vegetable, etc.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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