Start off your Saturday with a trip to one of the largest farmer’s markets in the Midwest. The Historic City Market offers unique cuisine, local produce and great gifts for everyone back home.
The Nelson-Atkins Art Museum is internationally recognized as one of the finest general art museums in the country. Inside, you'll find more than 33,000 works of art. And, the lawn is a wonderful place to enjoy an afternoon picnic.
Visiting KC without trying barbecue would be like skipping the Eiffel Tower on a trip to Paris. Who does it best? Well, that depends on who you ask. You might want to plan on making several stops, as narrowing it down to one is nearly impossible.
The Country Club Plaza has something for everyone: Fabulous boutiques, relaxing patios, beautiful fountains and great food. The 15-block shopping district is on the Project for Public Spaces' list of 60 of the World's Great Places.
The College Basketball Experience is an interactive basketball museum that houses the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. The word “experience” is in the title because that’s exactly what fans can do – experience the game of basketball.
You might take a plane, you might take a train, if you have to walk, you'll get there just the same. The historic jazz district at 18th and Vine is home to great music, wonderful food and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.
Visit the country's official World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial. There are several exhibits to explore and experience. The museum is the designated host for the National WWI Centennial Commission.
Union Station is a beautiful site to see, day or night. In addition to great restaurants and unique shops, you'll find history exhibits and Science City. This is a place the entire family will enjoy.
Take a trip back in time at the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum, where you'll learn about the life of the Independence, Mo., native and the highlights of his presidency.