Play in Kansas City, KS


  • Cider Hill Family Orchard

    3341 N. 139th Street Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-721-2507

    Take a hayride through the 25-acre orchards filled with 900 apple trees. Pumpkin patch and fishing pond. Apple season is July - November.

  • Clendening History of Medicine Museum at KU Med

    3901 Rainbow Blvd. Kansas City, KS 66103 (map | website ) 913-588-7042

    The museum focuses on 19th and 20th century American medicine, with an emphasis on Kansas medicine, see pieces of medical equipment, books, manuscripts, art, artifacts and traveling exhibits.

  • Dave & Buster's

    1843 Village West Parkway Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-981-6815

    Dave & Buster's presents the latest and greatest electronic interactive entertainment in its famous Million Dollar Midway and traditional games such as billiards and shuffleboard.

  • Grinter State Place Historic Site

    1420 S. 78th Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-299-0373

    Home of Moses Grinter, one of Kansas' earliest pioneer settlers, who established the first ferry across the Kansas River. The 1857 Georgian Vernacular home built on the Delaware Indian Reserve may be the oldest farmhouse in Kansas.

  • Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway

    777 Hollywood Casino Blvd Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-288-9300

    Discover 2,000 of the newest slot machines and 52 action-packed table games including a 12-table Poker Room. Enjoy delicious dining, great nightlife and the kind of star treatment you won't find anywhere else.

  • Kansas City T-Bones at Community America Ball Park

    1800 Village West Parkway Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-328-2255

    Affordable family entertainment in an intimate stadium at CommunityAmerica Ballpark, Kansas City T-Bones offers most tickets priced under $10, free parking and fun and unique between-inning events.

  • Kansas Speedway (NASCAR)

    400 Speedway Boulevard Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 913-328-3300

    Feel the power of the engines at Kansas Speedway while watching top NASCAR drivers race toward the checkered flag.

  • Korean-Vietnam War Memorial

    91st and Leavenworth Rd. Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 9135738327

    The nation's first dual-war memorial is dedicated to veterans of the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Marble memorial with two life-size bronze statues was formally dedicated on Veterans Day 1988. Located at the entrance of Wyandotte County Lake Park.

  • Lakeside Speedway

    5615 Wolcott Drive Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-299-2040

    Lakeside Speedway's half-mile asphalt oval track is part of the NASCAR Winston Racing Series. Spanning more than 40 years, the speedway plays host to many national touring series. Racing every Friday night, March - September.

  • Lewis and Clark Historic Park at Kaw Point

    One River City Dr. Kansas City, KS 66115 (map | website ) 913-573-8327

    This ten acre park features an open air education pavilion with interpretive signs about the expedition. Trails and boating.

  • Old Quindaro Museum

    3432 N. 29th Street Kansas City, KS 66104 (map | website ) 913-244-8497

    Preserving the rich history of the community where runaway slaves once found sanctuary, see old-fashioned shackles and other items on display.

  • Piano Technicians Guild Foundation Museum

    4444 Forest Avenue Kansas City, KS 66106 (map | website ) 913-432-9975

    Museum showcases the history of the piano as it relates to technicians, as well as technicians' tools and pianos of historic value.

  • Quindaro Underground Railroad Museum

    3436 N. 27th St. Kansas City, KS 66104 (map | website ) 913-321-1220

    Housed in the Vernon Multi Purpose Center, the museum has several artifacts and documents that tell the story of the town and people of Quindaro.

  • Richard Petty Driving Experience

    400 Speedway Blvd. Kansas City, KS 66111 (map | website ) 800-237-3889

    The Richard Petty Driving Experience puts you in a NASCAR stock car for an adrenaline pumping thrill that gets you as close to being in the race as you will ever get.

  • Rosedale Memorial Arch

    35th and Booth Kansas City, KS 66103 (map | website ) 913-573-8327

    The Rosedale Memorial Arch pays tribute to soldiers who served our country in World War I. In 1993, a monument was added under the Arch to honor the soldiers of World War II, Korea and Vietnam conflicts.

  • Rowe Ridge Winery

    11255 Leavenworth Rd. Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-721-9776

    Rowe Ridge offers a large selection of wines with tastings available Thursday - Saturday or by appointment.

  • Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark

    9400 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66112 (map | website ) 913-312-3110

    Signature attractions include the world's longest tidal wave river, a thrilling uphill water coaster and the Transportainment River System which allows guests to float throughout the park without ever leaving the water.

  • Sporting Kansas City (MLS) at Sporting Park

    Sporting Park - One Sporting Way Kansas City, KS 66211 (map | website ) 913-387-3400

    See the 2013 Cup Champs Sporting Kansas City play in the state-of-the-art Sporting Park stadium.

  • Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center

    720 N. Fourth Street Kansas City, KS 66101 (map | website ) 913-371-3264

    Features exhibits of original art, music and dance. Preserves the diverse cultures that Eastern European immigrants brought to Kansas City, KS in the early 1900s.

  • Sumner High School Alumni Roon

    1610 North 8th Street Kansas City, KS 66101 (map | website ) 913-299-0793

    The archival records of Sumner High School - the only legislated African-American High School in the state of Kansas includes exhibits of photos, trophies, newspaper clippings and books written by alumni.

  • Wyandotte County Lake and Park

    91st and Leavenworth Rd. Kansas City, KS 66109 (map | website ) 913-573-8327

    Park features a lake with marina, kids' fishing pond, picnic shelters, boat rentals, bridle trail, archery range and the largest playground in Kansas City, KS.