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  • Adventure Zip KC

    12755 Loring Drive Bonner Springs, Kansas 66012 (map | website ) 913-302-8881

    Visit Kansas City's only zipline park! Adventure Zip KC is a 143 acre zipline park. Your adrenaline will start pumping when you experience a 300 foot elevation change! Enjoy the views from the 65 foot tower where you can see for miles.

  • Kansas City Renaissance Festival

    633 N. 130th Street Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-721-2110

    Bring your whole family, pets too, for a day of fun and entertainment at the Kansas City Renaissance Festival. The festival features seven themed weekends starting Labor Day weekend through Columbus Day.

  • Moon Marble Company

    600 E. Front Street Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-441-1432

    Lost your marbles? Find them at the Moon Marble Company along with traditional toys and game, glass ornaments, gift items and collector's accessories. Watch marble-making demonstrations and learn how to play marble games. It's fun for all ages!

  • National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame

    630 Hall of Fame Drive (126th Street) Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-721-1075

    Take a journey 100 years long in this unique museum and complex chartered by Congress to honor the American farmer.

  • Providence Medical Center Amphitheatre (Sandstone)

    633 North 130th Street Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-721-3400

    Concert fans have been making memories for thirty years at this beautiful outdoor venue.

  • Sunflower Hills Golf Course

    12200 Riverview Road Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-573-8570

    Sunflower Hills Golf Course is a beautiful 18-hole, 7,000 yard public course open year round and is conveniently located just north of I-70 and east of K-7 Highway. It also offers a 6-hole junior course.

  • Wyandotte County Historical Museum

    631 North 126th Street Bonner Springs, KS 66012 (map | website ) 913-573-5002

    Immerse yourself in the history of early Wyandotte County. Learn about American Indians living in Wyandotte County before Christopher Columbus. Research your ancestry through cemetery records, court records, old newspapers, books and photos.