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Lewis & Clark Park at Kaw Point
One River City Drive, Kansas City, KS 66101
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Legends Outlets Kansas City
1843 Village West Parkway, Kansas City, KS 66111
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Cabela's Kansas City
10300 Cabela Drive, Kansas City, KS 66111
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John Brown Statue
27th & Sewell Streets, Kansas City, KS
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Wyandotte County Lake Park
91st Street & Leavenworth Road, Kansas City, KS
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Rosedale Memorial Arch
35th & Booth Streets
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Pierson Park - Wyandotte County Spray Parks
1800 S. 55th Street, Kansas City, KS
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Wyandotte County Museum
631 N. 126th Street, Bonner Springs, KS
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Moon Marble
600 East Front Street, Bonner Springs, KS 66012
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Facing the Past, Looking to the Future: A Kansas Hmong Storycloth - Downtown Kansas City, KS Avenue of Murals
751 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, KS 66101
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National Farmers Memorial
630 N. 126th Street, Bonner Springs, KS 66012
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Grinter Walking Trail
1420 S. 78th Street, Kansas City, KS
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Armourdale Hike & Bike Route: Island View Loop
18th Street & Kansas Avenue, Kansas City, KS
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Wyandot National Burying Memorial
631 Minnesota Ave, Kansas City, KS 66101
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Charlie Parker Memorial
11th & State Avenue, Kansas City, KS
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Lewis & Clark Park at Kaw Point

One River City Drive, Kansas City, KS 66101
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Hike or bike along the Kansas River at the Lewis & Clark Park at Kaw Point. The Lewis and Clark Expedition arrived at Kaw Point, the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri rivers, on June 26, 1804. The expedition camped at Kaw Point for three days. Kaw Point remains in a natural state with beautiful wooded trails, wildflowers, and wildlife. Located along the river, the park has access to the river, the Lewis and Clark Heritage Trail, an open-air education pavilion with interpretive signs about the expedition and more.

Legends Outlets Kansas City

1843 Village West Parkway, Kansas City, KS 66111
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Make it an educational and entertaining afternoon by exploring famous Kansans through the free audio tour and scavenger hunt as you shop for the latest fashion trends at outlet prices. Grab a bite to eat to refuel and reward the kids with a treat from one of the many specialty food shops. Don’t forget to skip down the Yellow Brick Road!

Cabela's Kansas City

10300 Cabela Drive, Kansas City, KS 66111
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Go on an African safari, come face-to-face with a giant catfish and see the world’s largest collection of trophy mule deer at Cabela’s Kansas City. See how many animals you can find with Cabela’s free in-store Scavenger Hunt activity sheet. While you are there, pick up all your outdoor gear needs - the enormous 180,000-sq.-ft. retail showroom is packed with outdoor equipment and experienced Outfitters who are ready and waiting to help you get the most out of your next adventure.

John Brown Statue

27th & Sewell Streets, Kansas City, KS
The statue pays homage to John Brown, one of the nation’s most staunch opponents of slavery. Take your exploration across the street to the Quindaro Ruins Overlook. The Overlook provides a rare window into the past of a town where slaves once found freedom. Afterwards, head over to the Old Quindaro Museum and the Underground Railroad Museum to learn about the area’s history and hear the stories of the families who settled in the town of Quindaro.

Wyandotte County Lake Park

91st Street & Leavenworth Road, Kansas City, KS
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Pack a picnic and let the kids run wild on the largest playground in the city. The 1,500-acre park features hiking and biking trails, 300-acre lake with marina and kids fishing pond, off-leash dog area, archery range and so much more. Be sure to stop by the F.L. Schlagle Environmental Library for educational fun things to do and the Korean-Vietnam War Memorial, the nation’s first dual-war memorial.

Rosedale Memorial Arch

35th & Booth Streets
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Sitting on top of a hill, the 34.5” tall memorial can be seen from the highway and provides a scenic overlook of the city. The arch is based on the Paris’ Arc de Triomphe design and was dedicated in 1923 as a tribute to World War I soldiers. In 1993, a monument was added to honor soldiers of WWII and the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Enjoy an urban nature walk down the nearby trail - Rozarks Nature Trail, a four-mile single track through the heart of the Rosedale neighborhood.

Pierson Park - Wyandotte County Spray Parks

1800 S. 55th Street, Kansas City, KS
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Children of all ages will love splashing around at the free spray parks in our city. Beat the summer heat with brightly colored water towers, loops and hoops with activators and plenty of shaded seating for parents and shelters. The city has two other spray parks: Eisenhower Park & Heathwood Park.

Wyandotte County Museum

631 N. 126th Street, Bonner Springs, KS
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Dig up local history at the Wyandotte County Museum. Exhibits include the Trowbridge Gallery showcasing an archaeological collection of Native American artifacts, and the Barker Gallery telling the stories of the three immigrant tribes of Wyandotte County; The Shawnee, Delaware and the Wyandot. The museum also features a hands-on area where kids can be an archeologist, build pots, touch furs, create bead work, grind corn and more.

Moon Marble

600 East Front Street, Bonner Springs, KS 66012
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Find your marbles at the Moon! At Moon Marble, you’ll feel like a kid again as you peruse the endless shelves of nostalgic games and toys. Catch a live marble-making demonstration and see how an artist makes a marble or learn how to play the classic marble game of Ringer in the game room.

Facing the Past, Looking to the Future: A Kansas Hmong Storycloth - Downtown Kansas City, KS Avenue of Murals

751 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, KS 66101
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Patterned after an embroidered Hmong story cloth, this mural represents the Hmong who have settled in Kansas City, KS. This mural is one of eight of the Downtown Kansas City, KS Avenue of Murals. Each mural celebrates the history and culture of Kansas City, KS and the unique groups within the community.

National Farmers Memorial

630 N. 126th Street, Bonner Springs, KS 66012
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The National Farmers Memorial is located at the National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame. It is the only national memorial honoring farmers and their contributions to America, past and present. Visit the Center and Hall of Fame to learn more about agriculture and ride the miniature train through Farm Town USA.

Grinter Walking Trail

1420 S. 78th Street, Kansas City, KS
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Hit the walking trail at the Grinter Place Historic Site. The quarter-mile trail is asphalt and perfect for all ages and abilities. Benches are placed along the track so you can sit down to enjoy nature. Grinter Place is the oldest farmhouse in Kansas and was once the home of Moses Grinter who established the first ferry across the Kansas River.

Armourdale Hike & Bike Route: Island View Loop

18th Street & Kansas Avenue, Kansas City, KS
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The 1.3-mile graveled trail runs along the Kansas River and provides a beautiful view of the river, including an island frequented in the winter by nesting Eagles. Access the trail from under the Kansas Avenue Bridge. You can access the trail west of 18th Street under the Kansas Avenue bridge on the north (east) bank of the river. The trail runs east from Kansas Avenue under the 18th Street Expressway and ends at 12th Street.

Wyandot National Burying Memorial

631 Minnesota Ave, Kansas City, KS 66101
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Learn the history of the Wyandot Indian Nation and stroll the picturesque grounds of the Wyandot National Burying Ground formally known as the Huron Indian Cemetery, established in 1843 after the forced migration of the Wyandot Nation from their homes near Upper Sandusky, Ohio.

Charlie Parker Memorial

11th & State Avenue, Kansas City, KS
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Located at Big Eleven Lake, the Charlie Parker Memorial honors the legendary Charlie “Yardbird” Parker, a Kansas City, KS born saxophonist and leading figure in the development of the “bebop” genre of jazz.

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