Northwest Missouri offers plenty of attractions for just about any taste and interest imaginable, especially for history buffs and culture enthusiasts.
Take a blast from your past by visiting the genealogy resources in the area. From libraries with genealogy sections to centers dedicated to the study, you may discover you have some family history there.
Golfers aren’t left behind. With over fifteen golf courses in nearby locations, you’re sure to get a tee time in. Several of the courses have driving ranges for a little pre-game practice. Keep your eye on the ball.
Stop at the American Jazz Museum then party on down and join the cultural vibe with the abundant music and nightlife scene. With improvs to dinner theaters to a jazz club or a café for acoustic music, the night is yours to do as you wish.
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See an NFL-quality team with a college-level vibe at the Arrowhead Stadium and take in a Chiefs game. From the sea of red indoors to the mouth-watering barbecue aroma in the tailgating section, you’re in for a sports thrill.
Catch the Royals, a team that’s been to the World Series and have even won, in action at the Kauffman Stadium.
Honor the history of the Rolling W; one of America’s most renowned infantry units of World Wars I and II; at the 89th Division Memorial. Or take a ride on the miniature railroad at Frank Vaydik Park.
Get some exercise with the family this winter by going for a skate at Amity Woods Nature Park.
There’s something for people of all ages at Seven Oaks Park. Your little ones will enjoy fun, educational programs for kids. While they’re busy, take a self-defense class, hone your pottery skills, or learn to ice skate.
Get those competitive juices flowing and gather your crew for a pickup game of soccer or baseball at 9th and Van Brunt Athletic Fields!
Ranked #1 in the nation for African animals and exhibits, see a unique display of different species at the Kansas City Zoo. Or take the family to Lakeside Nature Center and get an in-depth, interactive experience learning about Mother Nature and her creatures.
Indulge your love of wildlife and curiosity about nineteenth-century America on the Green Hills of Platte Wildlife Preserve.