#70 – Kansas City Streetcar
Downtown Kansas City
Good for: Exploring downtown Kansas City without a car.
Tip: Visit the streetcars’ website to track the car locations to avoid waiting.
Ride the Kansas City streetcar from Union Station to the River Market. With 16 stops and free service, the streetcar is the best way to explore downtown Kansas City.
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#69 – Kansas City Symphony
Kauffman Center for Performing Arts
1601 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64108
Features: Gift shop, concessions, valet, box office, coat check.
Good for: Fancy date nights.
Though some may think a symphony performs only classical music, but that is not the case. The Kansas City Symphony performs a variety of concerts, from classical to pop, and can be enjoyed by all music lovers.
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#68 – Westside KC
Features: Shops, restaurants and historic homes.
Good for: Feeling a sense of community as soon as you step foot in the neighborhood.
Tip: Grab breakfast, then hang out at Goat Hill coffee, explore the shops and eat lunch.
The Westside KC is a charming neighborhood just (yep, you guessed it) west of downtown. With over a dozen shops and restaurants nestled in a mile radius, Westside is a wonderful place to explore.
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#67 – City Hall Observation Deck
414 E. 12th St. Kansas City, MO 64106
Good for: Overcoming a fear of heights.
Tip: While you’re at City Hall, take look around the building. It’s a beautiful, old building with lots of ornamentation and art deco details.
On the 30th floor of the Downtown City Hall, you get one of the most astonishing views of Kansas City. It’s a free attraction most Kansas Citians don’t even know exists, so odds are, you might even have the view to yourself.
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#66 – Dean’s Underground
1501 W 31st St, Kansas City, MO 64111
Features: 1.2 million square feet of space, 10 stories underground.
Good for: Saying you’ve driven under Kansas City.
Tip: Drive through Dean’s Underground to see the whole complex.
KANSAS CITY HAS AN UNDERGROUND CITY. WHAT. Made from abandoned mines, Dean’s Underground is a 1.2 million square foot real estate space located 10 stories underneath the streets of Kansas City.
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