Exhibits displaying artwork, medical instruments, patient rooms and more demonstrate that the Glore Psychiatric Museum deserves its recognition as one of the most unusual museums in the country.
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Make this your most memorable October yet. Between Halloween, haunted houses, pumpkin patches and other fall festivities, there’s no shortage of ways to fill your calendar with things to do in Kansas City.
What good can come from a shipwreck? Quite a lot, actually.
National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15 to Oct. 15) recognizes and celebrates the many contributions, diverse cultures and extensive histories of the American Latinx community.
Simply put, there’s nothing better than the trifecta of baseball, brews, and ‘cue—and no one offers the combination better than Kansas City.
Whether in search of frights at haunted houses or charming costume festivities for the kiddos, Kansas City has your October covered during Halloween season.
Cooling temps, changing trees and shortening days means that summer is winding down—and that the fall festival season is upon us. Kansas City’s events calendar is full of festivities of all kinds for visitors and locals, from family-friendly opportunities to adults-only fun.
With the debut of J. Rieger &amp; Co.’s new distillery experience, the East Bottoms looks to reclaim its past glory as a destination neighborhood—and reintroduce the title of Electric Park, a classic moniker that pays tribute to the region’s theme park history.
Well into its third decade operating in the community, The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures has steadily expanded its offerings and its collection, blossoming into one of Kansas City’s most fascinating (and fun-loving) museums.
While fall is just within reach, the second half of summer in Kansas City is full of special events, exhibitions and other worthwhile endeavors. Send the season off in style with one of the many spectacular celebrations that remain.