Country Club Plaza, Kansas City

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    The Churchills

    by basstbn Updated Nov 6, 2003

    Winston Churchill was much admired by the hard-working, tough-minded inhabitants of America's central states. Like many of them, he spoke candidly and didn't always "dilly-dally" around with niceties. He got to the point.

    Here, a relaxed Winston and Clementine Churchill are memorialized in bronze in the Country Club Plaza area.

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    Christmas at the Country Club Plaza

    by basstbn Written Feb 25, 2003

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    There's a special feeling of festivity during the holiday seasons at the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri - largely due to the traditional lighting of the Plaza, and thousands of pedestrians taking in the sights.

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    Country Club Plaza

    by Davidp1952 Written Aug 29, 2002

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    The Country Club Plaza has a Spanish architecture modeled after Seville, Spain. It was designed in 1922 as the nation's first suburban shopping district. The Plaza lights at Christmas time are world famous (I'll get some pictures this year).

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    Spend some time in Country...

    by Kay_C Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Spend some time in Country Club Plaza
    This area was designed after Seville, Spain which is very different architecture for the midwest. It's really beautiful and there is a lot of great shopping and dining establishments. They have a great website that outlines all of the shops, restaurants, etc that are in the area - www.countryclubplaza.com

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    Toy and Miniature Museum of...

    by brdwtchr Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Toy and Miniature Museum of Kansas City is amazing.
    There are hundreds of antique doll houses. Some of them have been built with such precision that they are amazing. Imagine a doll house with gutters, the gutters even have rust spots, the down spout for the gutters has a bird sitting on it, the bird is looking at a spider in a tiny cobweb. There is so much detail you can spend a long time looking at each one.

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    by MsKree Written Aug 24, 2002

    I haven't seen too much of Kansas City, (I have only been there 3 times for very short periods) but I can say that while visiting Kansas City you must go shopping on the Plaza. It is so much fun and there is so much to do and see. You should definatly look into spending a day walking up and down the Plaza.

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    Visit the Plaza for shopping,...

    by hunk1229 Written Feb 25, 2003

    Visit the Plaza for shopping, dining, and walking around.
    The Plaza is considered the oldest shopping center in the United States. It is very pedestrian-friendly and has an excellent mix of stores, restaurants, hotels, and entertainment options. The Plaza is within walking distance of the Nelson Art Gallery, the Kemper Museum of Modern Art, the Missouri Repertory Theatre.

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    by DrewV Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    Kansas City hosts one of the world's first shopping centers, Country Club Plaza, known generally as the Plaza. Built in the early 20th century, and modeled on the townscape of Seville, Spain, the Plaza hosts theatres, upscale shops, and restaurants, all outdoors in a charmingly walkable environment. Add intricate tilework and bubbling fountains, blue skies and cute girls, and you're got yourself a first-rate shopping district.

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    Carriage Rides at Country Club Plaza

    by basstbn Written Feb 25, 2003

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    Bundle up with your honey or your kiddies and take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage to view the color of the Christmas decorations.

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    Carriage ride through the...

    by Davidp1952 Written Aug 29, 2002

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    Carriage ride through the Country Club Plaza.
    My preference would be to ride during a falling snow under the Plaza Christmas lights.

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    Country Club Plaza seems more...

    by brdwtchr Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Country Club Plaza seems more like a part of some European city than a part of KC. Great area for shopping and dining. It is a bit more upscale than Westport or the River Market.

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