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26 Summer Fun and Educational Activities for Families in Kansas City

Free Summer Fun in Kansas City - Kansas City - from KC Parent

Free Summer Fun in Kansas City - Kansas City

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Things to do in Kansas City this Fall

101 Things to do in Kansas City this Fall

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Holiday lights, kids activities, music and so many more seasonal events for the family!

101 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays in Kansas City

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The most visited attraction in #KansasCity is the National WWI Museum -- Enjoy detailed exhibits and interactive displays plus one AMAZING view! #DestinationSummer #Kohls

National World War I Museum, Kansas City, Missouri

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50 Things to do with Kids in Kansas City Before They Grow Up | Alpha Mom

Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri

V's Restaurante, Independence, Missouri - this is where we had our rehearsal dinner! by jimsawthat, via Flickr

The expansion of Bartle Hall was a significant technical challenge. Construction of the additional convention space was built over a continuously open six-lane freeway, (Interstate 670), which runs underneath the convention center. Construction required the installation of four, 300-foot (90 m) pylons to support the facility’s roof. The result was the creation of the largest, column-free convention environment in the world.

Arthur Bryant's BBQ, Kansas City

J.C. Nichols Fountain by Henri-Léon Gréber (1910), at the Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri. Installed in Kansas City, Missouri in 1960. The allegorical statuary of the four large, cast bronze equestrian figures reportedly represent four great rivers of the world: the Rhine, the Seine, the Volga and the Mississippi.

Giralda Tower, Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri

Truman Sports Complex- Home of the Chiefs and Royals

I-70 Drive-In, Kansas City

Hi Boy Burgers, Independence, MO

SantaCaliGon Days, Independence, Missouri (my hometown)

Old American Royal Building Entrance – 1950 by Kansas City Public Library, via Flickr

Kemper Arena - Located on the former site of the Kansas City Stockyards, Kemper Arena was an attempt to bring industry and innovation back to the West Bottoms. It was completed in 1974 at a cost of $22 million (with a 1997 expansion weighing in at $23 million). It did enjoy mild success for a number of years, housing the Kansas City Scouts from 1974-1976 (NHL), The Kansas City Kings from 1974-1985 (NBA), and the 1976 Republican National Convention.

The old American Royal building in Kansas City. I practically grew up in this musty, damp complex, as my dad would work here for 2 weeks (his PTO) every year to earn extra money. Lots of good memories. ♥

The American Royal Association, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and Kansas City's longest running show, has been a Kansas City tradition since 1899. During September, October and November, more than 250,000 people attend the American Royal.

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Smokehouse BBQ in Kansas City

Kansas City BBQ

I'm a Show Me girl!

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The Scout Statue - Kansas City, Missouri