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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.
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KaseyMoMo wrote a review Aug 2019
Kansas City, Missouri165 contributions14 helpful votes
This is a favorite lookout spot -- with views from the Missouri River bluffs out over the two rivers and downtown Airport and Kansas City Kansas. Always quite a few parked here just enjoying the view - some are workmen who take their lunch break here and others just spend a few minutes enjoying the view. Get out - walk all around the Corps of Discovery statue which is unusual in that the backside is a major part of the overall scene. Tribute to all in the party including their dog. Kansas City has showier statuary in more visible locations but this is probably my favorite and I have a tie-in. Meriwether Lewis was a cousin on my mom's Lewis side.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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cheryfan wrote a review Jun 2018
usa117 contributions13 helpful votes
It is tucked at the end of west side of downtown. Therefore, not many traffic, and may not be known by many people. However, beneath the Point is the "exhibit" of modern transportation -- highways, railways, rivers, and an airport. Yes, I said rivers because you can see where Kansas River flow into Missouri river. Walking around at any time of the day is a rewarding break from a busy day.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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John E wrote a review Feb 2016
Ballwin, Missouri1,421 contributions321 helpful votes
It's not all that often that a statue and small park give a history lesson as well as impressive views but that is the situation here. You can learn about Lewis and Clark's expedition as well as take in some very impressive views from this place. Completely agree with what wbullseye has already said about it. Will add that I believe there is also a geocache in this area. All in all, this is a really nice place to visit. Would caution that I would not venture out alone here at least at night--don't have any hard evidence to support that but it was my perception.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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tntraveler62 wrote a review Jun 2015
Tennessee196 contributions47 helpful votes
The monument iis wonderful, unfortunately, the area is not. They were working on the brickwork around it, so hopefully the rest of the are will be improving too. The trees on the bank of the bluff need to be trimmed so you can actually see the river.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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wbullseye wrote a review Aug 2013
Windermere, Florida1,350 contributions704 helpful votes
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Clark's point provides a nice view of the surrounding area as well as a little history about Lewis & Clark and their expedition. The monument is easy to find with a GPS, as well as following the signs. The monument itself sits in the middle of the circle, with parking along the sides. I had lived in the Kansas City area before, but had never made it here until going back as a tourist. I wish I had gone back there earlier. The statue is nicely done. You have the ability to walk around it and look at the statues of Louis & Clark and a faithful companion. Along the edge of the park are interpretive signs about their importance to the region, as well as the French influence. Taking a walk along the paths will take you to other statues and view along the river. If you're looking for a place to relax while learning something, Clark's Point is definitely worth spending some time at. There are picnic tables and benches available for those who want to enjoy the park. It is best to spend time here while the weather is nice. Otherwise you miss out on the views.
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Date of experience: August 2013
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