Among Kansas City’s more than 240 neighborhoods, you’ll find areas that feel like their own mini-cities—each unique with its own history, charm and attractions.
You’ll feel right at home whatever you decide to do here, whether you’re taking a stagecoach trip back in time, learning about Kansas City’s automotive history or grabbing fresh produce at the farmers’ market.
Take the kids along for a full day of indoor skydiving and dinosaur discovery before heading outdoors to a high-tech driving range and a firsthand look at farmstead life in this all-in-one destination.
Sample cuisines from all across the world and navigate through stalls stocked with fresh produce. This distinct, 150-year-old riverfront neighborhood is a mecca for lovers of history, local produce and fresh eats.
Just south of Brush Creek, this laid-back neighborhood touts historic homes that hint at the city’s storied past—and a thriving culture scene that tells of the here-and-now—as tree-lined streets intermingle with scenic parks and a college campus more than 80 years old.
International food, flavorful coffee and craft brew dominate Southwest Boulevard—a celebrated stretch of road adjacent to the Crossroads featuring a spirit vibe totally unique to KC.
Sports, stores and splashes are in store here, the largest entertainment area in the proud Sunflower State. But word to the wise—come early and stay late, because this Kansas suburb is jam-packed with something for everyone.
More than just an incredibly walkable strip of real estate between KU Med and Westport, West 39th Street is a funky collage of culture and cuisine—and one of the most colorful neighborhoods in the city.