Kansas City has a multitude of options to offer their guests, including (but certainly not limited to) their famous barbecue restaurants that outnumber all other cities in the nation per capita. Whether you love the night life, are passionate about the arts, a music lover, outdoor enthusiast or a foodie that loves to explore, you will find plenty of things in Kansas City to make you smile. In 2012, Budget Travel magazine named Kansas City one of its Top 10 Budget Travel Destinations for 2012, describing the region as a “hotbed for high culture.”
Check out VisitKC.com for loads of up-to-date events, restaurant reviews, blogs, places to discover and more! If you need to find just the right restaurant to satisfy your culinary desires, the Restaurant Guide of Kansas City is the site for you! Looking for things to do on a budget? Consider checking out this list of 33 things to do for free in Kansas City.
Kansas City is a destination rich with history. Situated within 250 miles of both the population and geographic centers of the nation, it is often called “the Heart of America.” From 1804- when Lewis and Clark first explored the area- to today, Kansas City has been on the cutting edge of progress. Did you know that Kansas City has more fountains than any other city in the world with the exception of Rome? The city also has more boulevards than any city except Paris and has often been called a “Paris on the Plains.” A young Ernest Hemingway worked as a cub reporter for the Kansas City Star in 1918, and upon returning to the city some years later, wrote the tragic ending to his World War I epic “A Farewell to Arms.” If you’re a history buff and would like to learn more about it, consider visiting the Kansas City Museum.
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