Kansas City

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This magnificent comprehensive art museum exhibits work spanning 5,000 years of human creativity — Where
Arabia Steamboat Museum
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This amazing assemblage of Americana came from the steamboat Arabia, which sank in the Missouri River in 1856 along with its 200 tons of cargo — Where
Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
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The history of African-American baseball-from post-Civil War origins to Jackie Robinson's admission to the major leagues in the late 1940s-is recounted in the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum — Michelin Guide
National WWI Museum and Memorial
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The nation's only public museum and memorial dedicated to World War I features the 217-foot-tall Memorial Tower, which opened in 1926 and offers views of downtown Kansas City. — Frommer's
Science City at Union Station
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Across Pershing Road from the Liberty Memorial is the jewel in Kansas City's attractions, Science City, a 55,000-square-foot science museum in the restored train station. — Fodor's
The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures
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More than 100 furnished dollhouses, miniatures and antique toys (including model trains) are displayed in this 24-room, 1911 mansion on the edge of the University of Missouri-Kansas City campus — Michelin Guide
Kansas City Zoo
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The Kansas City Zoo includes a 5,000-acre African-plains exhibit. — Fodor's
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
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Missouri’s first museum of contemporary art began with a gift of 100 pieces from museum founders Bebe and Crosby Kemper — Where
Union Station
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Today, Union Station has been restored to its architectural glory, hosting travelling events like a rare exhibit of Titanic artifacts and a celebration of Princess Diana. — Afar Magazine
Country Club Plaza
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The Country Club Plaza, famous for its spectacular Spanish-inspired architecture and holiday lights display, also hosts one of the largest arts fairs in the country — Afar Magazine
American Jazz Museum
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The museum features listening stations, touch screen interactives, rare photos, jazz recording library, experimental jazz studio where kids can makle their own instruments, films and memorabilia. — Where
Blue Room
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The history of African-American baseball-from post-Civil War origins to Jackie Robinson's admission to the major leagues in the late 1940s-is recounted in the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum — Michelin Guide
18th and Vine District
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During Prohibition (1919-33), Kansas City officials turned a blind eye to all-night speakeasies — Michelin Guide
Boulevard Brewing Company
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Boulevard is the largest craft brewery in the Midwest, coming online in the late 1980s, before the craft beer revolution. — Afar Magazine
The College Basketball Experience
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The National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame is ensconced here at Sprint Center in the state-of-the-art facility that features fun and challenging hands-on interactive basketball activities — Where
City Market
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The region’s largest farmers’ market has been connecting Kansas Citians with fresh produce since 1857, and boasts an annual attendance of nearly 600,000 — Where
Hallmark Visitors Center
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The famous greeting card maker owns a collection of paintings by the famed surrealist.  — Atlas Obscura
Thomas Hart Benton Home and Studio State Historic Site
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This Victorian stone mansion (1903) in the graceful Roanoke district is where Thomas Hart Benton and his wife, Rita, lived for 36 years — Michelin Guide
American Royal Museum
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It is a bit outdated, but full of really interesting stuff, and some juicy history of the many American Royal buildings before. — On the Grid
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
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