The Kansas City area serves up some of the most incredible contrasts. Cosmopolitan Kansas City communities and suburbs stretch across rolling hills and steep bluffs, while quiet river towns lounge on wooded banks of the Missouri River. Here's the place to indulge your taste for variety. From first-class dining and professional theater to hot concerts and first-rate sports. Explore history and take in the museums. Or take home your own treasure from a wealth of shops, boutiques and antique stores. Get carried away at a festival. You're bound to carry away some great memories when you visit the Kansas City region.
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The territorial log cabin, which now houses the John Brown Museum, was built in 1854 as the home of Reverend Samuel L. and Florella (John Brown's half sister) Adair. The home was frequented by Brown during his several journeys to Kansas between 1855 and 1858. The Adairs shared John Brown'Osawatomie, KS Museums
The rich natural history of Kansas has been preserved with 300 acres of native tall grass prairie, woodlands and creeks. The diverse biomes comprise virgin tallgrass prairie, reseeded tallgrass prairie, riparian woodlands, and wetland areas. The center is a suburban island that was farmed until 1968Olathe, KS Nature Centers
The Rosedale Memorial Arch pays tribute to soldiers who served our country in World War I. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Arch, based on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, was designed by Rosedale resident John LeRoy Marshall and dedicated in 1923. In 1993Kansas City, KS Memorials