#76 – River Market Antiques
115 W 5th St, Kansas City, MO 64105
Cost: $ – $$$
Good for: Finding hidden treasures, killing a few hours exploring
Tip: Skip the basement unless you’re looking for vintage clothing.
River Market Antiques is a four-story antique mall filled to the brim with furniture, clothing, trinkets and more. Located in the River Market, the antique shop has a massive painting of Lewis and Clark on the side of the building, paying homage to the expedition, just like Kaw Point.
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#75 – Sprint Center
1407 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64106
Features: 72 suites, 19,000 seats, concessions, the College Basketball Experience
Tip: Park in the Crossroads and ride the Streetcar to Power and Light.
The Sprint Center is a large, multi-use arena in downtown Kansas City. Since its opening in 2007, the Sprint Center has been great place to enjoy concerts, sporting events and more.
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#73 – Kansas City Gangster Tour
30 W Pershing Rd, Kansas City, MO 64108
Good for: Learning the colorful past of Kansas City.
Pro Tip: Bring cash to tip the tour guides and arrive early to explore Union Station.
The Kansas City Gangster Tour explores the history of gang activity in the early 1900s up until the 1980s. The 90-minute bus tour is full of interesting facts, fun sights and corny jokes.
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#73 – Crown Center Ice Skating
2425 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, MO 64108
Good for: Channeling your inner Olympic Gold Medalist figure skating skills.
Tip: Visit on Tuesdays – admission is buy one, get one.
In the middle of the Crown Center complex, you will find the beloved outdoor Crown Center Ice Skating Rink. Whether you skate like Michelle Kwan or more like Bambi, all will enjoy the wonderful winter tradition in the heart of Kansas City.
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#72 – Boulevard Swap & Shop
1051 Merriam Ln, Kansas City, KS 66103
Features: Lots of vendors selling a variety of junk, concessions, restrooms.
Good for: Finding really, really hidden gems.
Tip: Bring cash.
Each Saturday and Sunday, the Boulevard Drive-In theater becomes the Boulevard Swap & Shop. Browse a variety of vendors selling everything from produce to old tools to home goods.
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