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What to do in Kansas City?   



The Agricultural Hall of Fame, Huron Indian Cemetery, Strawberry Hill Museum, Children’s Museum and Grinter Place State Historic Site are only a few of the historic sites you won’t want to miss during your visit. Kansas City, Kansas and Wyandotte County are part of the greater Kansas City metropolitan area, encompassing Kansas City, Mo., and suburbs on both sides of the state line. Whether you are young or old, the bistate region encompasses a variety of historical sites and museums for the family.

Great American Barbecue Festival
Grinter Heritage Center
Huron Indian Cemetery
John Brown Statue
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
KCK Gateway

Korean Vietnam War Memorial 
National Agriculture Center and Hall of Fame
National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Quindaro Ruins

Renaissance Festival
Rosedale Memorial Arch
Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center
The Children’s Museum of Kansas City
Wyandotte County Historical Society and Musuem
WWII Bomber Builders Monument


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