Kansas City is located in the west boundary of Missouri. The city is known for the wide variety of restaurant choices available to impress visitors' delicate palates. They are especially popular for their barbecues and jazz music. It is easy to fall in love with this site with all the possible things you can do in your stay here.
National World War I Museum
The National World War 1 Museum is famous across the country because of its world-class structure. The museum is a modern structure with a glass pathway atop a field of red poppies. The museum is a good memento of the battles fought in the waterway during the First World War. Many people only know about the World War 1 and nothing much about the World War 1. You can learn from the informative exhibits and cabinets with uniforms and weapons about the significant happenings in the First World War.
Kansas City Zoo
The zoo is located in the 200-acre property in the city. It is popular for the Tiger Trail and Kenya exhibits. The latest addition to the displays is koala bears. You may need an entire day to tour around the vast zoo.
American Jazz Museum
The American Jazz Museum can be found in the metropolitan at the 18th and Vine Complex. Kansas City is known for jazz music and this museum will take you back to its origin and show you different instruments and introduce you to popular musicians that lived in the city.
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
The Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art sets the bar straight when it comes to contemporary masterpieces. It is situated in Warwick Boulevard, only a few walks away from the Country Club Plaza.
Nelson Atkins Museum
This museum is famous for its astonishing architectural design and its art collection. The building has a neoclassical style and features photographs and paintings that came from Europe. They also have a wide collection of Asian masterpieces from today and the past.
The Public Library
Who said libraries can't be a tourist attraction? The Kansas City Public Library can easily draw attention because of its Community Bookshelf in the outdoor of the main building. The 25-feet model book spines represent the books that locals prefer to read. The library features Shakespeare and his early works.
Worlds of Fun
Bring out the child in you in this 235-acre land of fun. The Worlds of Fun theme park offers various rides including the Mamba rollercoaster which is dubbed to be one of the fastest rides in the world. The World of Fun also exhibits the Dinosaur Alive with its life-size dinosaurs. It is a good place to spend time with the whole family.
Kauffman Center for the Performing Art
At first glance, you will think that it looks exactly like the Sydney Opera House in Australia. This unique building started with a drawing on the back of a news center. At present, the center stretches up to 285,000 square feet. It is a great venue to watch musicals in the city.