Top 5: Attractions in Kansas City

by Katie Skrzek

Apr 22, 2019

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Top 5 / North America

On your next visit to Kansas City, add these attractions to the top of your list.


Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

The popular Kansas City art museum is known for its extensive collection of artworks in various medium from around the world. Be sure to go outside the museum walls to explore the Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park. Admission is free. The museum is closed Monday and Tuesday.


National WWI Museum and Memorial 

Visit the museum to learn more about World War I on a global and domestic scale. After touring the exhibits, make your way to the tower for prime views of the Kansas City skyline. Closed Monday.


Power & Light District 

Explore Kansas City’s Power & Light District during your stay. Spanning eight blocks, the area boasts a vibrant entertainment scene complete with more than 50 restaurants, shopping, nightclubs and entertainment venues. At night, the district comes alive with bright neon signage.


Arrowhead Stadium 

Kansas City residents are diehard football fans. Include a stop at Arrowhead Stadium during your visit. If football isn’t really your thing, the stadium hosts a variety of special events throughout the year, including 5Ks.


Joe’s Kansas City Bar-B-Que 

While there are many great barbecue spots throughout the city, a visit to Joe’s is a must. Go to the original location at a gas station. Make sure you arrive early, as the line starts forming as soon as Joe’s opens.


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