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Kansas City Jazz Excursion
"Jazz Museum tour last approximately 2 hours. Archived film reels from the 1920s on view and priceless recordings and artifacts not available anywhere else in the world. Each exhibit has audio equipment for listening to endless songs from the past greats. many of whom are musicians and soloists.Optional tour is for the Negro Leagues Museum same location. Kansas City's great baseball heritage began with the negro leagues and the museum is one of the most extensive collections in the country . You don't need to be a baseball fan to enjoy this museum. This is an optional tour not included in the tour price""""Charlie Parker ""The Bird"" Duke Ellington
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Kansas City Jazz Excursion
"Jazz Museum tour last approximately 2 hours. Archived film reels from the 1920s on view and priceless recordings and artifacts not available anywhere else in the world. Each exhibit has audio equipment for listening to endless songs from the past greats. many of whom are musicians and soloists.Optional tour is for the Negro Leagues Museum same location. Kansas City's great baseball heritage began with the negro leagues and the museum is one of the most extensive collections in the country . You don't need to be a baseball fan to enjoy this museum. This is an optional tour not included in the tour price""""Charlie Parker ""The Bird"" Duke Ellington
From $31.00
 
Brewery and Distillery Tour in Kansas City
"Ever wondered what an urban winery looks like and how it operates? Curious about why early brewers first decided to cultivate hops as a superior alternative for brewing beer than other flowering plants? Want to know why whiskey producers use copper still fine wines and small production spirits in recent years and larger numbers of people than ever before have started asking themselves these questions. This tour offers you the opportunity to answer some of these questions and more during a four-hour adventure trekking across Kansas City's urban core and o a true neighborhood bar known for quality drinks a modest down to earth attitude
From $65.00

Most Viewed Local Customs in Kansas City

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Fairs & Festivals

We went to a wonderful celebration at the Union Station downtown Kansas City. It was for the Memorial Day holiday. They had the Kansas City Symphony play a patriotic concert, then there were fireworks...
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Kansas City People

One of the many places where you might hear live music in the metro area is in the entry way and food court of the Crown Center Shops. It may be a barber shop quartet, an elementary school choir, or...
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The Plaza

If you stay in Kansas City long enough you will end up at some point on the Country Club Plaza. This once great Kansas City landmark has become a shell of it’s former self. It was as recently as 15...
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Historic Trails

Watch for historical markers on the roads in Kansas City. Also look for signs that tell you when you are on the Frontier Military Route, Santa Fe Trail, or Oregon Trail. This historical marker is on...
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Getting Up To Date Information

As you visit any town it is a bit hard to get your bearings. You need up to date information on what is happening while you are there. You may want to hear some music or attend an art event. You could...
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Look For The Visitor Friendly Signs

Kansas City likes to have visitors and want you to have a good time. To this end they have posted a whole new class of signs that are there just to help out of towners to find interesting things to do...
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Moon Marble Co-Bonner Springs

This is a unique spot for tourists and marble enthusiasts. They have a store packed in with marbles-all types, styles, and sizes. Besides that, they have many old games from your childhood era, if you...
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Tuba Christmas

Tuba Christmas is a national happening, conceived in 1974 as a tribute to the late tuba artist/teacher William J. Bell, sponsored by the Harvey Phillips Foundation. It was held at 179 locations...
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Beautiful Tree Lined Street

30 to 40 years ago many of the grand huge American Elm trees were killed by Dutch Elm Disease. The City Foresters took the opportunity to plant a great variety of beautiful hardwood trees.The trees...
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The Great Pedestrian Way

Take A great walk through the heart of Kansas City and get a great sense of what living in Kansas City is like.About 10 years ago the city took an abandoned trolley track and turned it into a...
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Wizard of Oz

You might find a lot of Wizard of Oz items in the souvenir stores. It's because Dorothy was a Kansas native. If you've seen the movie, you'll know that she spent her entire time in the land of Oz...
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Kansas City Crazy LawsMinors...

Kansas City Crazy LawsMinors are not allowed to purchase cap pistols, however they may buy shotguns freely.Installation of bathtubs with four legs resembling animal paws is prohibited.
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'the life of every man is...

'the life of every man is a diary in which he means to write one story, and writes another; and his humblest hour is when he compares the volume as it is with what he vowed to make it' - J. M. Barrie...
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Top Hotels in Kansas City

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1 E Pershing Rd, Kansas City, Missouri, 64108, United States
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325 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, Missouri, 64112, United States
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8801 NW 112th Street, Kansas City, Missouri, 64153, United States
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7640 NW Tiffany Springs Pkwy, Kansas City, Missouri, 64153, United States
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560 Westport Road, (Formerly "The Quarterage"), Kansas City, Missouri, 64111, United States
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220 West 43rd Street, Kansas City, Missouri, 64111, United States
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Top Things to Do in Kansas City

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Liberty Memorial

This is a very impressive memorial dedicated to the people who fought in World War I. Construction of the memorial began in November 1921 and was completed in November 1926. In 2014, President Barack...
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Downtown

Missouri is a two metro state with St Louis on the Mississippi River/Missouri River on one end of I-70 and KC on the Missouri at the other end, even extending into Kansas a bit. It's had tough times,...
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Country Club Plaza

Throughout the Plaza are lights-like 280,000 strung up around and on the buildings. That is as long as 80 miles of lights strung. The tradition began in 1930, and now has compounded into an annual...
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Union Station

Union Station in downtown KCMO is a grand old lady, still beautiful and friendly. Nice book store and other shops and places to eat. The KC railroad exhibit is nice, but for a $7 ticket, most of the...
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Parks & Gardens

Kansas City is a city of parks. This rather large park is on a prominent point of land attached to the Liberty Memorial. It is central to northern mid-town and is a great place to take a break from...
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Art Museums & Galleries

....The Museum is open Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.. The Museum is closed on Mondays and on New Year’s Day,...
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BruceDunning

"Live on Either Side"
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basstbn

"Kansas City, Missouri"
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RoscoeGregg

"A Classic American City"
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blueskyjohn

"Kansas City, Missouri"
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asturnut

"Kansas City- one of a kind"
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