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The marble Korean-Vietnam War Memorial , with two life-size bronze statues, was formally dedicated on Veterans Day 1988. The Rosedale Memorial Arch is dedicated to the citizens of Rosedale who served in World War I. The World War II Bomber Builders Monument , located on the grounds of the Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum, honors the 56,337 men and women who built more than 6,000 B-25 Mitchell Medium bombers in Kansas City, KS, during World War II.

Anthology of Argentine Mural Between 30th and Woodland on Metropolitan Avenue 913-321-5800 Six artists spent 10 months completing this 220-foot mural tracing the Argentine District of Kansas City, KS, from the Hopewell Indians to today.

Clendening History of Medicine Museum at KU Med 3901 Rainbow Blvd. (Robinson Building) 913-588-7042 Focusing on 19th- and 20th-century American medicine, see pieces of medical equipment, books, manuscripts, art, artifacts and traveling exhibits. Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Grinter Place State Historic Site 1420 S. 78th St. 913-299-0373 www.kshs.org/grinter_place Moses Grinter established the first ferry across the Kansas River. His 1857 home is believed to be the oldest farmhouse in Kansas. Hours: Thursday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: adults $3, children $1, under 5 free.

Huron Indian Cemetery Seventh and Ann streets 913-321-5800 This cemetery was established in 1843 after the forced migration of the Wyandotte Nation from near Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Hours: open 24 hours. Admission: free.

John Brown Statue 27th and Sewell streets 913-573-8327 The statue pays homage to John Brown, one of the nation's most staunch opponents of slavery.

Korean-Vietnam War Memorial 91st Street and Leavenworth Road 913-573-8327 The nation's first dual-war memorial is dedicated to veterans of the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Located at the entrance of Wyandotte County Lake. Hours: park closes at midnight. Admission: free.

Legendary Kansans at Legends Outlets Kansas City 1843 Village West Parkway 913-788-3700 www.legendsshopping.com Enjoy an audio walking tour of the 80-plus Kansas heroes represented on medallions, posters, murals and in sculpture. Admission: free.

Lewis and Clark Historic Park at Kaw Point One River City Drive 913-573-8327 www.lewisandclarkwyco.org The Lewis and Clark Expedition arrived at Kaw Point on June 26, 1804. This 10-acre park features interpretive signs, trails and boat ramp. Hours: park closes at midnight. Admission: free.

Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Schlagle Environmental Library 4051 West Drive Wyandotte County Lake Park 913-299-2384 www.kckpl.lib.ks.us Interactive library, nature center and trail offer educational, cultural and recreational opportunities for all. Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Mule Deer Country Museum at Cabela's 10300 Cabela Drive 913-328-0322 www.cabelas.com Located inside Cabela's, the Mule Deer Country Museum includes the world's largest collection of life-size trophy mule deer in natural surroundings. Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Admission: free.

National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame 630 Hall of Fame Drive, Bonner Springs, KS 913-721-1075 www.aghalloffame.com Chartered by Congress to honor America's farmers, experience the Agricultural Hall of Fame, Museum of Farming, National Farmers Memorial, Gallery of Rural Art, National Poultry Museum, a nature trail and mini train rides. Call for hours and admission.

Old Quindaro Museum 3432 N. 29th St. 913-244-8497 www.oldquindaromuseum.org Preserving the rich history of the community where runaway slaves once found sanctuary, see old-fashioned shackles and other items on display. Hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m., call for appointment.

Piano Technicians Guild Foundation Museum 4444 Forest Ave. 913-432-9975 www.ptg.org Museum showcases the history of the piano as it relates to technicians, as well as technicians' tools and pianos of historic value. Group tours by appointment. Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: free.

Quindaro Ruins Overlook 27th and Sewell streets 913-573-8327 The Quindaro Ruins Overlook provides a rare window to the past, with the stone and brick foundation offering tangible evidence of a largely unrecognized chapter in American history.

Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum 3436 N. 27th St. 913-321-1220 Housed in the historic Vernon MultiPurpose Center, the museum has several artifacts and documents that tell the story of the town and people of Quindaro. Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. or by appointment.

Rosedale Memorial Arch 35th and Booth streets 913-573-8327 A tribute to World War I soldiers, and based on Paris' Arc de Triomphe, the Arch was designed by Rosedale resident John LeRoy Marshall and was dedicated in 1923. In 1993, a monument was added to honor soldiers of WWII and the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Hours: open 24 hours. Admission: free.

Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center 720 N. Fourth St. 913-371-3264 www.strawberryhillmuseum.org Featuring exhibits of original art, music and dance, this museum preserves the diverse cultures that Eastern European immigrants brought to Kansas City, KS, in the early 1900s. Hours: Saturday-Sunday noon-5 p.m. Group and guided tours by appointment. Admission: adults $7, children $3, under 6 free.

Sumner High School Alumni Room 1610 N. 8th St. 913-299-0793 The archival records of Sumner High School — the only legislated African-American High School in the state of Kansas — includes photos, trophies, school newspapers and books written by alumni, on display at Sumner Academy. Hours: second Tuesday and fourth Thursday of the month 10 a.m.-2 p.m. or by appointment.

World War II Bomber Builders Monument 631 N. 126th St. Bonner Springs 913-573-5002 This monument honors employees who built 6,608 B-25 bombers in the Fairfax District during World War II. Open daylight hours. Admission: free, but donations appreciated.

Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum 631 N. 126th St., Bonner Springs 913-573-5002 www.wycomuseum.org The museum houses one of the nation's remaining Native-American dugout canoes, a rare 1903 American la France Steam Fire Engine and the Trowbridge Research Library and Archives. Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-noon. Closed on Saturdays: October-April.

Lodging Unique Accommodations

Visitors of all ages enjoy the amenities of Great Wolf Lodge . The water-park resort includes Northwoods themed suites that can accommodate groups and families of all sizes. The youngest travelers rave about the suites with special areas just for them, the water rides and slides, and activities, while more mature travelers might prefer the resort's variety of amenities, Elements Spa Salon and Iron Horse Fitness Room. For a more romantic getaway, Chateau Avalon offers 61 guest rooms and suites, each with its own concept suite environment like Pirate's Cove, Tahitian Treehouse or Egyptian Palace. Enjoy a custom cocktail from d'Nile Wine Bar on the patio and the complimentary breakfast that is brought to your suite each morning. There are also classic/business rooms, state-of-the-art meeting and event space, and spa services available.

Family Reunions

With a geographic location that's almost at the center of the United States, Kansas City, KS, is the ideal spot to meet your friends, family and loved ones for gatherings, vacations and reunions. It's a day's drive from just about any location in America, and it's easily reachable via plane and train. Once you arrive, you will be treated to a heaping helping of Midwest values and hospitality, and your trip won't break the bank. Lodging, food and entertainment are all affordable here. And, as you can tell from this VisitorsGuide, there are plenty of entertaining attractions that will keep travelers of all ages amused and busy.

American Motel 7949 Splitlog Avenue 913-299-2999

Back in Thyme B&B 1100 S. 130th Street, Bonner Springs, KS 913-422-5207 www.backnthyme.com

Best Western KC Speedway Inn & Suites 10401 France Family Drive 913-334-4440/855-527-7333 www.bestwestern.com

Candlewood Suites 10920 Parallel Parkway 913-788-9929/877-226-3539 www.candlewoodsuites.com/kansascityks

Chateau Avalon 701 Village West Parkway 913-596-6000/877-522-8256 www.chateauavalonhotel.com

Comfort Inn 234 N. 78th Street 913-299-5555/877-424-6423 www.comfortkc.com

Comfort Suites at the Speedway 3000 N. 103rd Terrace 913-299-4466 www.comfortsuites.com

Cottonwood RV Park 115 S. 130th Street, Bonner Springs, KS 913-422-8038 www.cottonwoodcamping.com

Country Inn & Suites 1805 N. 110th Street 913-299-4700/800-456-4000 www.countryinns.com

Days Inn - Kansas Speedway 7721 Elizabeth Avenue 913-334-3028/800-329-7466 www.daysinn.com

Great Wolf Lodge 10401 Cabela Drive 913-299-7001/800-608-9653 www.greatwolf.com

Hampton Inn at Village West 1400 Village West Parkway 913-328-1400/800-HAMPTON www.kchampton.com

Hilton Garden Inn & Jack Reardon Convention Center 520 Minnesota Avenue 913-342-7900/800-445-8667 www.hiltongardeninn.com

Holiday Inn Express 13031 Ridge Drive, Bonner Springs, KS 913-721-5300/800-HOLIDAY www.hiexpress.com/bonnersprings

Holiday Inn Express & Suites at KU Medical Center 3932 Rainbow Boulevard 913-236-8700/800-HOLIDAY www.hiekansascity.com

Holiday Inn Express - Village West 1931 Prairie Crossing 913-328-1024/800-HOLIDAY www.hiekc.com

Oak Tree Inn 501 Southwest Boulevard 913-677-3060/888-456-TREE www.oaktreeinn.com

Regency Inn Kansas City, KS 4725 State Avenue 913-287-5511/888-560-5565 www.regencykc.com

Super 8 13041 Ridge Avenue, Bonner Springs, KS 913-721-3877/800-800-8000 www.hinzhotels.com/bonnersprings/super8.aspx

Nearby Attractions Arts & Culture Scene

Whether you are a fan of the visual or performing arts, Kansas City can satisfy all interests. New Theatre Restaurant , a dinner theater in Overland Park, KS, draws large audiences to its Broadway comedies and musicals featuring stars from TV, film and stage. The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is home to the Kansas City Symphony, Lyric Opera of Kansas City and Kansas City Ballet. It attracts a wide spectrum of entertainers and performances from around the world, including classical, pop and jazz music, ballet and contemporary dance, and Broadway productions. If you are more interested in the visual arts, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is a must-see and it's free. The museum currently maintains more than 33,500 works of art, including an impressive collection of Chinese art and the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park. (Don't forget to take your picture with a giant shuttlecock!)

KC Metro Gems

The Kansas City area is home to some unique museums. The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial is America's only museum dedicated to sharing the stories of the Great War through the eyes of those who lived it. Visitors have the chance to see one of the largest collections of WWI artifacts in the world, stand on the unforgettable poppy bridge, and get a bird's eye view of the city from atop the Liberty Memorial . Located in Overland Park, KS, the Museum at Prairiefire is a unique collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History that brings world-class exhibitions of natural history and science to the Midwest. The Arabia Steamboat Museum showcases items recovered from a steamboat that sank in the Missouri River just west of Kansas City. It is a time capsule of life on the American frontier in the mid-19th century.

Focusing On Family

Family-friendly attractions abound all around the Kansas City area. One of the “8 Wonders of Kansas,” the C.W. Parker Carousel Museum displays carousels and other items related to C.W. Parker, a carousel manufacturer whose factory was located in Leavenworth, KS, in the early 1900s. With more than three million LEGO bricks under one roof, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Kansas City in Crown Center is a builder's paradise. Meet the discovery center's Master Model Builder and learn top tips! Another popular family attraction is the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead in Overland Park, KS. Designed to depict a turn-of-the-century family farm, the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead also has a replica general store, historic bank, Indian encampment, dairy barn, mining camp, goat feeding Luxury-Replica-Hublot-Watches-Outlet-rid-0.html. hublot watches prices south africaand play areas in addition to an old-time fishing pond and nearly 200 animals and birds.

American Jazz Museum 1616 E. 18th St., Kansas City, MO 816-474-8463 www.americanjazzmuseum.com The essence and living spirit of jazz legends fill the atmosphere here.

Ameristar Casino 3200 N. Ameristar Drive I-435 at E. Highway 210, Kansas City, MO 816-414-7000/866-MOREFUN www.ameristar.com Large casino floor, nine restaurants, luxury hotel and 18 movie screens.

Argosy Casino 777 N.W. Argosy Parkway, Kansas City, MO 816-746-3100 www.argosykansascity.com Experience Las Vegas-style gaming and lodging near Kansas City International Airport.

Arabia Steamboat Museum 400 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-471-1856 www.1856.com Featuring recovered treasures of the Great White Arabia, which sank in the Missouri River more than 140 years ago.

C.W. Parker Carousel Museum 320 S. Esplanade, Leavenworth, KS 913-682-1331 www.firstcitymuseums.org/carousel_main.html See complete carousels from 1850-1950 and learn about Charles Wallace Parker, the traveling carnival “king” of the Midwest.

Country Club Plaza 4750 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 816-753-0100 www.countryclubplaza.com More than 150 shops and boutiques fill this 15-block shopping and dining district.

Crown Center 2405 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-274-8444 www.crowncenter.com Featuring specialty shops, entertainment, restaurants, cinemas and outdoor winter ice skating.

Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead 13800 Switzer Road, Overland Park, KS 913-897-2360 Experience farm animals, birds of prey, a one-room schoolhouse, fishing pond, a horse-drawn wagon and pony rides.

Hallmark Visitors Center 2450 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-274-3613 www.hallmarkvisitorscenter.com More than 90 years of Hallmark history presented through interactive exhibits, displays and videos.

Harrah's Casino One Riverboat Drive Highway 210 and Chouteau Trafficway, North Kansas City, Mo. 816-472-7777 www.harrahsnkc.com Stay and play at this hotel and casino.

Harry S. Truman Library & Museum 500 W. Highway 24, Independence, MO 816-268-8200 www.trumanlibrary.org Learn about the life and times of the 33rd President of the United States.

Isle of Capri Casino 1800 E. Front St., Kansas City, MO 816-855-7777/800-843-4753 www.isleofcapricasino.com Enjoy all your favorite games and fun giveaways.

Kansas City Power & Light District 1100 Walnut, Kansas City, MO 816-842-1045 www.powerandlightdistrict.com A vibrant, eight-block neighborhood offering entertainment, retail and dining in the heart of downtown Kansas City, MO.

Kansas City Zoo 6800 Zoo Drive, Kansas City, MO 816-513-5800 www.kansascityzoo.org See hundreds of exotic animals in natural surroundings.

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts 1601 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 816-994-7200 www.kauffmancenter.org Presenting a wide spectrum of entertainers and performances from around the world. Also home to the Kansas City Ballet, Symphony and Lyric Opera.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Kansas City 2475 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-471-4386 www.legolanddiscoverycenter.com Feel as though you've just jumped into the world's biggest box of LEGO bricks at the LEGOLAND Discovery Center.

Museum at Prairiefire 5801 W. 135th St., Overland Park, KS 913-333-3500 www.museumofpf.org A museum unlike any other in the Midwest, where human cultures, the natural world and the universe come alive through exciting, stateof-the-art exhibits.

National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial 100 W. 26th St., Kansas City, MO 816-888-8100 www.theworldwar.org Discover the most extensive assembly of artifacts, photography, art and narratives of the Great War at this state-of-the-art museum.

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 4525 Oak St., Kansas City, MO 816-751-1278 www.nelson-atkins.org See one of the nation's top general art museums, showcasing a variety of periods and cultures.

New Theatre Restaurant 9229 Foster Ave., Overland Park, KS 913-649-7469 www.newtheatre.com Catch a musical or comedy at this premier dinner theater.

Oceans of Fun/Worlds of Fun 4545 Worlds of Fun Ave. I-435, exit 54 (Parvin Road), Kansas City, MO 816-454-4545 www.worldsoffun.com One of the largest themed amusement and water parks in the Midwest, featuring Camp Snoopy for young thrill-seekers.

Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens 8909 W. 179th St., Overland Park, KS 913-685-3604 www.opkansas.org The 300 acres of botanical gardens and trails offer unique, unexpected pleasures year round.

Science City at Union Station 30 W. Pershing Road, Kansas City, MO 816-460-2020 www.sciencecity.com Interactive exhibits make science fun, and historic Union Station provides a one-of-akind architectural and historical backdrop.

SEA LIFE Kansas City Aquarium 2475 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-471-4386 www.visitsealife.com/Kansas-city Get astonishingly close views of everything from humble starfish and seahorses to graceful rays and sharks.

Westport 4050 Pennsylvania Ave., Kansas City, MO 816-531-4370 www.westportkcmo.com This historic district features a wealth of unique shops, dining and nightlife options.

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The marble Korean-Vietnam War Memorial , with two life-size bronze statues, was formally dedicated on Veterans Day 1988. The Rosedale Memorial Arch is dedicated to the citizens of Rosedale who served in World War I. The World War II Bomber Builders Monument , located on the grounds of the Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum, honors the 56,337 men and women who built more than 6,000 B-25 Mitchell Medium bombers in Kansas City, KS, during World War II.

Anthology of Argentine Mural Between 30th and Woodland on Metropolitan Avenue 913-321-5800 Six artists spent 10 months completing this 220-foot mural tracing the Argentine District of Kansas City, KS, from the Hopewell Indians to today.

Clendening History of Medicine Museum at KU Med 3901 Rainbow Blvd. (Robinson Building) 913-588-7042 Focusing on 19th- and 20th-century American medicine, see pieces of medical equipment, books, manuscripts, art, artifacts and traveling exhibits. Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Grinter Place State Historic Site 1420 S. 78th St. 913-299-0373 www.kshs.org/grinter_place Moses Grinter established the first ferry across the Kansas River. His 1857 home is believed to be the oldest farmhouse in Kansas. Hours: Thursday-Saturday 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: adults $3, children $1, under 5 free.

Huron Indian Cemetery Seventh and Ann streets 913-321-5800 This cemetery was established in 1843 after the forced migration of the Wyandotte Nation from near Upper Sandusky, Ohio. Hours: open 24 hours. Admission: free.

John Brown Statue 27th and Sewell streets 913-573-8327 The statue pays homage to John Brown, one of the nation's most staunch opponents of slavery.

Korean-Vietnam War Memorial 91st Street and Leavenworth Road 913-573-8327 The nation's first dual-war memorial is dedicated to veterans of the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Located at the entrance of Wyandotte County Lake. Hours: park closes at midnight. Admission: free.

Legendary Kansans at Legends Outlets Kansas City 1843 Village West Parkway 913-788-3700 www.legendsshopping.com Enjoy an audio walking tour of the 80-plus Kansas heroes represented on medallions, posters, murals and in sculpture. Admission: free.

Lewis and Clark Historic Park at Kaw Point One River City Drive 913-573-8327 www.lewisandclarkwyco.org The Lewis and Clark Expedition arrived at Kaw Point on June 26, 1804. This 10-acre park features interpretive signs, trails and boat ramp. Hours: park closes at midnight. Admission: free.

Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Schlagle Environmental Library 4051 West Drive Wyandotte County Lake Park 913-299-2384 www.kckpl.lib.ks.us Interactive library, nature center and trail offer educational, cultural and recreational opportunities for all. Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Mule Deer Country Museum at Cabela's 10300 Cabela Drive 913-328-0322 www.cabelas.com Located inside Cabela's, the Mule Deer Country Museum includes the world's largest collection of life-size trophy mule deer in natural surroundings. Hours: Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Admission: free.

National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame 630 Hall of Fame Drive, Bonner Springs, KS 913-721-1075 www.aghalloffame.com Chartered by Congress to honor America's farmers, experience the Agricultural Hall of Fame, Museum of Farming, National Farmers Memorial, Gallery of Rural Art, National Poultry Museum, a nature trail and mini train rides. Call for hours and admission.

Old Quindaro Museum 3432 N. 29th St. 913-244-8497 www.oldquindaromuseum.org Preserving the rich history of the community where runaway slaves once found sanctuary, see old-fashioned shackles and other items on display. Hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 10 a.m.-2 p.m., call for appointment.

Piano Technicians Guild Foundation Museum 4444 Forest Ave. 913-432-9975 www.ptg.org Museum showcases the history of the piano as it relates to technicians, as well as technicians' tools and pianos of historic value. Group tours by appointment. Hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: free.

Quindaro Ruins Overlook 27th and Sewell streets 913-573-8327 The Quindaro Ruins Overlook provides a rare window to the past, with the stone and brick foundation offering tangible evidence of a largely unrecognized chapter in American history.

Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum 3436 N. 27th St. 913-321-1220 Housed in the historic Vernon MultiPurpose Center, the museum has several artifacts and documents that tell the story of the town and people of Quindaro. Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. or by appointment.

Rosedale Memorial Arch 35th and Booth streets 913-573-8327 A tribute to World War I soldiers, and based on Paris' Arc de Triomphe, the Arch was designed by Rosedale resident John LeRoy Marshall and was dedicated in 1923. In 1993, a monument was added to honor soldiers of WWII and the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Hours: open 24 hours. Admission: free.

Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center 720 N. Fourth St. 913-371-3264 www.strawberryhillmuseum.org Featuring exhibits of original art, music and dance, this museum preserves the diverse cultures that Eastern European immigrants brought to Kansas City, KS, in the early 1900s. Hours: Saturday-Sunday noon-5 p.m. Group and guided tours by appointment. Admission: adults $7, children $3, under 6 free.

Sumner High School Alumni Room 1610 N. 8th St. 913-299-0793 The archival records of Sumner High School — the only legislated African-American High School in the state of Kansas — includes photos, trophies, school newspapers and books written by alumni, on display at Sumner Academy. Hours: second Tuesday and fourth Thursday of the month 10 a.m.-2 p.m. or by appointment.

World War II Bomber Builders Monument 631 N. 126th St. Bonner Springs 913-573-5002 This monument honors employees who built 6,608 B-25 bombers in the Fairfax District during World War II. Open daylight hours. Admission: free, but donations appreciated.

Wyandotte County Historical Society and Museum 631 N. 126th St., Bonner Springs 913-573-5002 www.wycomuseum.org The museum houses one of the nation's remaining Native-American dugout canoes, a rare 1903 American la France Steam Fire Engine and the Trowbridge Research Library and Archives. Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-noon. Closed on Saturdays: October-April.

Lodging Unique Accommodations

Visitors of all ages enjoy the amenities of Great Wolf Lodge . The water-park resort includes Northwoods themed suites that can accommodate groups and families of all sizes. The youngest travelers rave about the suites with special areas just for them, the water rides and slides, and activities, while more mature travelers might prefer the resort's variety of amenities, Elements Spa Salon and Iron Horse Fitness Room. For a more romantic getaway, Chateau Avalon offers 61 guest rooms and suites, each with its own concept suite environment like Pirate's Cove, Tahitian Treehouse or Egyptian Palace. Enjoy a custom cocktail from d'Nile Wine Bar on the patio and the complimentary breakfast that is brought to your suite each morning. There are also classic/business rooms, state-of-the-art meeting and event space, and spa services available.

Family Reunions

With a geographic location that's almost at the center of the United States, Kansas City, KS, is the ideal spot to meet your friends, family and loved ones for gatherings, vacations and reunions. It's a day's drive from just about any location in America, and it's easily reachable via plane and train. Once you arrive, you will be treated to a heaping helping of Midwest values and hospitality, and your trip won't break the bank. Lodging, food and entertainment are all affordable here. And, as you can tell from this VisitorsGuide, there are plenty of entertaining attractions that will keep travelers of all ages amused and busy.

American Motel 7949 Splitlog Avenue 913-299-2999

Back in Thyme B&B 1100 S. 130th Street, Bonner Springs, KS 913-422-5207 www.backnthyme.com

Best Western KC Speedway Inn & Suites 10401 France Family Drive 913-334-4440/855-527-7333 www.bestwestern.com

Candlewood Suites 10920 Parallel Parkway 913-788-9929/877-226-3539 www.candlewoodsuites.com/kansascityks

Chateau Avalon 701 Village West Parkway 913-596-6000/877-522-8256 www.chateauavalonhotel.com

Comfort Inn 234 N. 78th Street 913-299-5555/877-424-6423 www.comfortkc.com

Comfort Suites at the Speedway 3000 N. 103rd Terrace 913-299-4466 www.comfortsuites.com

Cottonwood RV Park 115 S. 130th Street, Bonner Springs, KS 913-422-8038 www.cottonwoodcamping.com

Country Inn & Suites 1805 N. 110th Street 913-299-4700/800-456-4000 www.countryinns.com

Days Inn - Kansas Speedway 7721 Elizabeth Avenue 913-334-3028/800-329-7466 www.daysinn.com

Great Wolf Lodge 10401 Cabela Drive 913-299-7001/800-608-9653 www.greatwolf.com

Hampton Inn at Village West 1400 Village West Parkway 913-328-1400/800-HAMPTON www.kchampton.com

Hilton Garden Inn & Jack Reardon Convention Center 520 Minnesota Avenue 913-342-7900/800-445-8667 www.hiltongardeninn.com

Holiday Inn Express 13031 Ridge Drive, Bonner Springs, KS 913-721-5300/800-HOLIDAY www.hiexpress.com/bonnersprings

Holiday Inn Express & Suites at KU Medical Center 3932 Rainbow Boulevard 913-236-8700/800-HOLIDAY www.hiekansascity.com

Holiday Inn Express - Village West 1931 Prairie Crossing 913-328-1024/800-HOLIDAY www.hiekc.com

Oak Tree Inn 501 Southwest Boulevard 913-677-3060/888-456-TREE www.oaktreeinn.com

Regency Inn Kansas City, KS 4725 State Avenue 913-287-5511/888-560-5565 www.regencykc.com

Super 8 13041 Ridge Avenue, Bonner Springs, KS 913-721-3877/800-800-8000 www.hinzhotels.com/bonnersprings/super8.aspx

Nearby Attractions Arts & Culture Scene

Whether you are a fan of the visual or performing arts, Kansas City can satisfy all interests. New Theatre Restaurant , a dinner theater in Overland Park, KS, draws large audiences to its Broadway comedies and musicals featuring stars from TV, film and stage. The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is home to the Kansas City Symphony, Lyric Opera of Kansas City and Kansas City Ballet. It attracts a wide spectrum of entertainers and performances from around the world, including classical, pop and jazz music, ballet and contemporary dance, and Broadway productions. If you are more interested in the visual arts, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is a must-see and it's free. The museum currently maintains more than 33,500 works of art, including an impressive collection of Chinese art and the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park. (Don't forget to take your picture with a giant shuttlecock!)

KC Metro Gems

The Kansas City area is home to some unique museums. The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial is America's only museum dedicated to sharing the stories of the Great War through the eyes of those who lived it. Visitors have the chance to see one of the largest collections of WWI artifacts in the world, stand on the unforgettable poppy bridge, and get a bird's eye view of the city from atop the Liberty Memorial . Located in Overland Park, KS, the Museum at Prairiefire is a unique collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History that brings world-class exhibitions of natural history and science to the Midwest. The Arabia Steamboat Museum showcases items recovered from a steamboat that sank in the Missouri River just west of Kansas City. It is a time capsule of life on the American frontier in the mid-19th century.

Focusing On Family

Family-friendly attractions abound all around the Kansas City area. One of the “8 Wonders of Kansas,” the C.W. Parker Carousel Museum displays carousels and other items related to C.W. Parker, a carousel manufacturer whose factory was located in Leavenworth, KS, in the early 1900s. With more than three million LEGO bricks under one roof, LEGOLAND Discovery Center Kansas City in Crown Center is a builder's paradise. Meet the discovery center's Master Model Builder and learn top tips! Another popular family attraction is the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead in Overland Park, KS. Designed to depict a turn-of-the-century family farm, the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead also has a replica general store, historic bank, Indian encampment, dairy barn, mining camp, goat feeding and play areas in addition to an old-time fishing pond and nearly 200 animals and birds.

American Jazz Museum 1616 E. 18th St., Kansas City, MO 816-474-8463 www.americanjazzmuseum.com The essence and living spirit of jazz legends fill the atmosphere here.

Ameristar Casino 3200 N. Ameristar Drive I-435 at E. Highway 210, Kansas City, MO 816-414-7000/866-MOREFUN www.ameristar.com Large casino floor, nine restaurants, luxury hotel and 18 movie screens.

Argosy Casino 777 N.W. Argosy Parkway, Kansas City, MO 816-746-3100 www.argosykansascity.com Experience Las Vegas-style gaming and lodging near Kansas City International Airport.

Arabia Steamboat Museum 400 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-471-1856 www.1856.com Featuring recovered treasures of the Great White Arabia, which sank in the Missouri River more than 140 years ago.

C.W. Parker Carousel Museum 320 S. Esplanade, Leavenworth, KS 913-682-1331 www.firstcitymuseums.org/carousel_main.html See complete carousels from 1850-1950 and learn about Charles Wallace Parker, the traveling carnival “king” of the Midwest.

Country Club Plaza 4750 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 816-753-0100 www.countryclubplaza.com More than 150 shops and boutiques fill this 15-block shopping and dining district.

Crown Center 2405 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-274-8444 www.crowncenter.com Featuring specialty shops, entertainment, restaurants, cinemas and outdoor winter ice skating.

Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead 13800 Switzer Road, Overland Park, KS 913-897-2360 Experience farm animals, birds of prey, a one-room schoolhouse, fishing pond, a horse-drawn wagon and pony rides.

Hallmark Visitors Center 2450 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-274-3613 www.hallmarkvisitorscenter.com More than 90 years of Hallmark history presented through interactive exhibits, displays and videos.

Harrah's Casino One Riverboat Drive Highway 210 and Chouteau Trafficway, North Kansas City, Mo. 816-472-7777 www.harrahsnkc.com Stay and play at this hotel and casino.

Harry S. Truman Library & Museum 500 W. Highway 24, Independence, MO 816-268-8200 www.trumanlibrary.org Learn about the life and times of the 33rd President of the United States.

Isle of Capri Casino 1800 E. Front St., Kansas City, MO 816-855-7777/800-843-4753 www.isleofcapricasino.com Enjoy all your favorite games and fun giveaways.

Kansas City Power & Light District 1100 Walnut, Kansas City, MO 816-842-1045 www.powerandlightdistrict.com A vibrant, eight-block neighborhood offering entertainment, retail and dining in the heart of downtown Kansas City, MO.

Kansas City Zoo 6800 Zoo Drive, Kansas City, MO 816-513-5800 www.kansascityzoo.org See hundreds of exotic animals in natural surroundings.

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts 1601 Broadway, Kansas City, MO 816-994-7200 www.kauffmancenter.org Presenting a wide spectrum of entertainers and performances from around the world. Also home to the Kansas City Ballet, Symphony and Lyric Opera.

LEGOLAND Discovery Center Kansas City 2475 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-471-4386 www.legolanddiscoverycenter.com Feel as though you've just jumped into the world's biggest box of LEGO bricks at the LEGOLAND Discovery Center.

Museum at Prairiefire 5801 W. 135th St., Overland Park, KS 913-333-3500 www.museumofpf.org A museum unlike any other in the Midwest, where human cultures, the natural world and the universe come alive through exciting, stateof-the-art exhibits.

National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial 100 W. 26th St., Kansas City, MO 816-888-8100 www.theworldwar.org Discover the most extensive assembly of artifacts, photography, art and narratives of the Great War at this state-of-the-art museum.

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 4525 Oak St., Kansas City, MO 816-751-1278 www.nelson-atkins.org See one of the nation's top general art museums, showcasing a variety of periods and cultures.

New Theatre Restaurant 9229 Foster Ave., Overland Park, KS 913-649-7469 www.newtheatre.com Catch a musical or comedy at this premier dinner theater.

Oceans of Fun/Worlds of Fun 4545 Worlds of Fun Ave. I-435, exit 54 (Parvin Road), Kansas City, MO 816-454-4545 www.worldsoffun.com One of the largest themed amusement and water parks in the Midwest, featuring Camp Snoopy for young thrill-seekers.

Overland Park Arboretum & Botanical Gardens 8909 W. 179th St., Overland Park, KS 913-685-3604 www.opkansas.org The 300 acres of botanical gardens and trails offer unique, unexpected pleasures year round.

Science City at Union Station 30 W. Pershing Road, Kansas City, MO 816-460-2020 www.sciencecity.com Interactive exhibits make science fun, and historic Union Station provides a one-of-akind architectural and historical backdrop.

SEA LIFE Kansas City Aquarium 2475 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 816-471-4386 www.visitsealife.com/Kansas-city Get astonishingly close views of everything from humble starfish and seahorses to graceful rays and sharks.

Westport 4050 Pennsylvania Ave., Kansas City, MO 816-531-4370 www.westportkcmo.com This historic district features a wealth of unique shops, dining and nightlife options.

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