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Downtown SkylineYou don’t have to travel far to find excitement in the heart of the city. Amid the downtown skyscrapers and fantastic Art Deco buildings, you’ll find the Kansas City Convention Center, downtown hotels, restaurants and a concentration of unique and historic theaters—making Downtown a prime destination for the performing arts.

You may have also heard a little about our new downtown Entertainment District. The Kansas City Power & Light District is now open. It's home to more than 40 dining and entertainment venues. On the eastern edge of the entertainment district is the new Sprint Center, home to major concerts and events.

Country Club Plaza LightsAs you continue south along our Central Corridor, you find Crown Center - home shops, restaurants and the international headquarters of Hallmark Cards. Locals know Westport as a popular nightlife district. The area features fun and funky shops, diverse restaurants and a variety of bars and clubs, including Kelly’s Westport Inn, a popular pub housed in one of the city’s oldest buildings.

The Country Club Plaza  is a 14-square-block outdoor shopping and entertainment district filled with romantic Spanish architecture, European art and dazzling fountains. Designed in 1922, the Plaza features boutiques and fashionable national stores as well as distinctive restaurants, outdoor cafes and nightlife hotspots. Two nationally renowned art museums are located nearby, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.


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Harry S. Truman Library & MuseumIndependence, Mo., is home to 16 heritage sites. The city is best known as the place President Harry S. Truman called home. Attractions include the Harry S. Truman Library & Museum, the Truman Home, 1850s jail, Victorian mansions, National Frontier Trails Museum and a vibrant historic square. Religious sites include the Community of Christ World Headquarters and Mormon Visitors Center. Nearby, Jackson County’s Truman Sports Complex is home to major league sports action for the Kansas City Chiefs and Royals at the side-by-side Arrowhead and Kauffman stadiums.


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Jesse James Farm HomeThe Jesse James Bank Museum in Liberty and his birthplace in Kearney draw visitors from around the world. While in Liberty, shop on the Liberty Square or tour the Liberty Jail, which is a historic Mormon site due to the five months Joseph Smith spent imprisoned there. The historic Elms Resort & Spa in Excelsior Springs lists Harry S. Truman and Al Capone among its notable guests. Clay County is home to the 1860 Watkins Woolen Mill State Park and Historic Site, casinos, Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun amusement parks, lakes, trails and golf courses.


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Kansas City ZooThis area stretches across the southern part of Jackson County to include part of Kansas City, Mo., as well as the communities of Lee’s Summit, Blue Springs and Grandview. Popular attractions include the Kansas City Zoo and Starlight Theatre, both located in the 1,769-acre Swope Park. Explore the charming neighborhood shops in Brookside and Waldo. Fleming Park is home to Lake Jacomo, Blue Springs Lake and Missouri Town 1855. Nearby Longview Lake Park encompasses almost 5,000 acres. To the east, don’t miss the beauty of the area’s 915-acre botanical garden, Powell Gardens.
 


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  • Blue Springs, MO
  • Grain Valley, MO
  • Kansas City, MO
  • Lee's Summit, MO
  • Raymore, MO
  • Raytown, MO

 

 

Legends_020_LA.jpgDowntown Kansas City, Kan., is home to the Jack Reardon Convention Center and hidden gems like the Strawberry Hill Museum. On the western edge of the city, you’ll find the booming Village West district, which is next to Kansas Speedway. Unique lodging options include the Great Wolf Lodge and Chateau Avalon. The Legends at Village West offers unique retail, entertainment and dining venues like the first T-Rex restaurant in the nation. This area is also home to the T-Bones, an independent baseball team with the Northern League, and Cabela’s.


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New Theatre Restaurant_006_AA.jpgThis suburban Kansas county offers restaurants, hotels and convention facilities, as well as abundant shopping and entertainment options. Cities in Johnson County include Overland Park, Olathe, Shawnee, Lenexa and Merriam. You’ll also find great shopping at Oak Park Mall, Town Center Plaza, the Great Mall of the Great Plains, the Prairie Village Shops and Corinth Square. Visitor destinations include the New Theatre Restaurant, Johnson County Museum of History, Shawnee Town, Overland Park Convention Center and Shawnee Mission Park.


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Zona Rosa Shops and RestaurantsHome to Kansas City International Airport, Platte County offers unique bed & breakfasts, a winery, championship golf, casino gaming, the Zona Rosa shopping district and the Harley-Davidson Vehicle and Powertrain Operations. The charming towns of Weston and Parkville offer shopping, dining and antiquing in historic settings. Across the Missouri River, explore the Kansas communities of Leavenworth and Atchison, which was the birthplace of aviatrix Amelia Earhart. To the north lies St. Joseph, famed as the starting point for the Pony Express and where Jesse James met his end.


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