11 Inspiring Fountains in Kansas City
From oft-photographed favorites to gems hidden amid lush gardens, the fountains found in Kansas City represent more than civic beauty. They inspire us creatively and emotionally, connect us when we're both together and apart. Put more succinctly, fountains showcase KC at its very finest.
Find 11 inspiring fountains throughout the metro.
Kauffman Stadium Fountains
No Kansas City Royals game is complete without a shot of the fountains at Kauffman Stadium.
Henry Wollman Bloch Fountain
This Union Station landmark remains one of the most memorable fountains in the city thanks to water shows every half-hour and hour.
Rozzelle Court Fountain Basin
The oldest fountain in the city dates back to the Roman Empire, found appropriately at the distinguished Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.
Meyer Circle Sea Horse Fountain
Installed in 1925 and located just west of the Brookside neighborhood, the fountain's central figure features an imaginative display of mythological aquatic creatures.
Firefighters Fountain and Memorial
Located in Midtown, this fountain proves a fitting memorial for firefighters who give their lives to keep Kansas City safe.
Crown Center Fountains
The fountains at Crown Center always stun, but especially so during the holidays.
Muse of the Missouri Fountain
The Muse of the Missouri, located at the north end of Downtown, represents one of the more ornately designed fountains in all of Kansas City.
Parterre Garden Fountain
A trip to the Ewing and Muriel Kauffman Memorial Garden is worth the visit for the floral environs alone, but this serene fountain is especially beautiful thanks to its colorful surroundings.