If you go to Kansas City, Missouri then don’t miss the following great attractions:
Steamboat Arabia Museum
Built in 1853, the side-wheel steamer Arabia travelled the Missouri River towing tons of goods. However, it was sunk later when it hit a tree, but was found a century later and made the main focus of this museum. Tour the deck and hull, and see items that were recovered from the wreck.
Boulevard Brewing Company
The Boulevard Brewing Company offers visitors all kinds of beer, as well as a guided tour where you can see a video showing how beer is made, get a history of the company and some samples. It’s very popular with the locals as they are proud of their brewing ventures.
National World War I Museum
The National World War I Museum features replicas of period trenches, weapons, theaters, and propaganda posters, plus a glass bridge over more than 9,000 poppies that symbolize the war’s fallen. The museum exhibits are done from the perspective of the soldiers.
Power & Light District
The Power and Light district is an area of 50 stores, eateries, and nightlife sites such as the AMC Main Street Theatre, the Lucky Strike Lanes and Lounge or the Angels Rock Bar. Browse around and enjoy the various venues.
Major League Baseball team the Kansas City Royals have this stadium as their home base. Besides baseball games, you can tour the stadium when there is no game in session.
Mutual Musicians Foundation
The Mutual Musicians Foundation has a rich history dating to the 1930s featuring the "Colored Musicians Union," which still nurtures the genre of jazz through jazz bands that play on its stage to the delight of visitors.