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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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Pottawatomie Creek Bridge

The Pottawatomie Creek Bridge which spans Pottawatomie Creek at Sixth Street is one of two Marsh Arch triple span bridges located at Osawatomie. The other spans the Marias de Cygnes River at Eighth Street, and both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Osawatomie, KS Historic Bridges

Turner Barn

Gardner's Turner Barn is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1898 for W.T. Turner by Arthur J. Clinton of Spring Hill, Kansas. Clinton's trademark on the many barns he built was the "double-diamond"

Gardner, KS Historic Barns

The Honey Valley School

As one of four buildings on the Tonganoxie Historical Society site, the Honey Valley schoolhouse – district #56 - was organized on March 25, 1869. It was located about a mile south of Tonganoxie on the Gordon Harmon Farm -near County Road 1 and U. S. Highway 24-40

Tonganoxie, KS Historic Schoolhouses

Granada Theatre

The historic Granada Theatre, built in 1929, is one of the last operating movie palaces in the Midwest, a testimony to the roaring '20s era.

Kansas City, KS Historic Theatres


Frisco Train Depot

The 1912-1913 Frisco Train Depot was relocated to the Legler Barn Museum Complex in 1987, from its long time home in old town Lenexa at the intersection of Santa Fe Trail Drive and Pflumm. The Depot features the exhibit By Way of Lenexa:

Lenexa, KS Railroad History

Reno Methodist Church

The original Reno Methodist Church was opened August 16, 1891 at a cost of $1,900. Samuel Kelsall and James Phenicie were instrumental in its organization. The first minister was John Jacobs - a Baptist and blacksmith in Reno. The original building was destroyed by fire in 1918

Tonganoxie, KS Historic Churches

Shawnee Town 1929

Shawnee Town 1929 is a living history museum that tells the story of life in a small farm town that was Shawnee in the 1920s. From March through October visitors can stroll through buildings and grounds featuring a farmstead, barber shop, typewriter repair shop, grocery store and funeral home &

Shawnee, KS Museums

Merriam Historic Plaza

Merriam Historic Plaza & Visitors Bureau is located along I-35 at Exit 228B in Merriam. This site enhances the entrance to Merriam and provides visitors and residents with an outdoor preview of Merriam’

Merriam, KS Visitors Centers

Loomis Home

This home was built in 1882

Merriam, KS Historic Homes

Headquarters Area

Headquarters area buildings are named for Generals Sherman, Grant, and Sheridan. They were built from 1859 to 1904 and are on the site of the former soldiers burying ground.

Fort Leavenworth, KS Historic Buildings

Great Wolf Lodge

Kansas City's premier indoor waterpark resort. This rustic northwoods style lodge offers a family restaurant, AVEDA concept day spa, 7,000 sq.ft. arcade and game room, gift shop, confectionary shop, 3,000 sq.ft. of banquet and meeting space and an outdoor activity pool. AMAZING INDOOR WATERPARK

Kansas City, KS Water Parks

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