Where to Find All 156 Parade of Hearts Locations in Kansas City

From lifelong area residents to fans who admire KC from afar, those with a fondness for America’s Heartland can often be recognized for (literally) wearing their hearts on their sleeves. This spring, the outpouring of Kansas City affection is spilling over to sidewalks and city streets across the region in brilliant fashion.

The Parade of Hearts has officially begun, bringing more than 150 towering heart sculptures to locations from the Kansas City Zoo to Kansas City, KS, and everywhere in between. Whether you’re striking out to see every last one or simply seeking to find a few highlights in your neighborhood, here’s your guide to this one-of-a-kind arts tour across the Heart of America.

Know Before You Go

Riverfront Heritage Trail


  • The 156 hearts will be on display through June 10. The hearts showcase works of art from 123 individual artists, all with connections to Kansas City. They’re free to visit and include detailed information on each featured artist.
  • Originally worn by KC’s championship-winning Negro American League team, the Kansas City Monarchs, in the 1940s, a line of T-shirts by Charlie Hustle brought additional visibility to the KC heart design in the modern era. (Meanwhile, a partnership between the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and the revived Kansas City Monarchs has brought much of the team’s iconography back to the field.)
  • All funds raised during the Parade of Hearts (through sponsorships and an auction after the sculptures finish their public display) will stay in the region and support education, small minority-owned and women-owned businesses, hospitality & tourism, health & wellness, and arts & culture via the Mid-America Regional Council, AltCap, the Visit KC Foundation, the University of Kansas Health System and stipends for individual artists.
  • Navigate your journey with the Parade of Hearts mobile app, featuring a map that’ll help you find all 156 hearts as well as artist information for each work.

Berkley Riverfront, River Market & Downtown

  • 4 along Berkley Riverfront (701 Berkley Pkwy., 1298 River Front Dr., Berkley Riverfront Park, Town of Kansas Bridge)
  • 2 in the River Market (4th St. & Wyandotte St., Arabia Steamboat Museum)
  • 3 in the Financial District (KC Library, 1100 Main Street inside Lightwell, 1100 Main Street)
  • 2 in East Downtown (Ilus Davis Park, 1505 E 9th St.)

Power & Light and Crossroads

  • 4 in the Power & Light District (Rally House, 13th St. & Grand Blvd., PNC Plaza, west entrance to KC Live!)
  • 1 at T-Mobile Center
  • 4 in the Crossroads (Loews Kansas City Hotel, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Brewery Emperial, 199 W. 20th St.)

West Bottoms

  • 4 in the West Bottoms (Hy-Vee Arena, 1701 American Royal Ct., 11th St. & Hickory St., 1215 Union Ave.)


  • 3 on the Westside (Boulevard Brewing Co., Tony Aguirre Community Center, Summit St. and Southwest Blvd.)

18th & Vine

  • 4 at 18th & Vine (18th St. & Vine St., 18th St. & The Paseo, MLB Urban Youth Academy, pocket park at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum)

Northeast KC & the East Bottoms

  • 3 in Northeast Kansas City (Samuel U. Rogers Health Center, Kansas City Museum, 4601 Independence Ave.)
  • 1 in the East Bottoms (J. Rieger & Co.)

Union Station & Crown Center

  • 2 at Union Station
  • 2 in the Crown Center District (Crown Center, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kansas City)
  • 2 at the National WWI Museum and Memorial
  • 1 at the Firefighters Memorial

Midtown, Troost Ave. & Santa Fe

  • 2 at 30th St. & Troost Ave. (Ruby Jean's Kitchen & Juicery, Operation Breakthrough)
  • 1 in the Santa Fe neighborhood (Satchel Paige Home at 2626 E 28th St.)
  • 1 in Midtown (Kansas City Irish Center)

W. 39th St.

  • 6 along W. 39th St. (2000 Olathe Blvd., 3825 Cambridge St., 39th St. & State Line Rd., 4001 Rainbow Blvd., 4000 Cambridge St., Q39)

Country Club Plaza

  • 6 on the Country Club Plaza (Charlie Hustle, Penguin Courtyard, Capital Grille, Eddie V’s, Neptune Courtyard, Hallmark)

Art Museums & Emmanuel Cleaver II Blvd.

  • 2 near the art museums (The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City Art Institute)
  • 2 along Emmanuel Cleaver II Blvd. (3801 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Martin Luther King, Kr. Square Park)

South Plaza, Brookside & Waldo

  • 2 in the South Plaza area (251 E. 55th St., National Museum of Toys and Miniatures)
  • 4 in Brookside/Waldo (75th St. & Wornall Rd., Alexander Majors Historic Museum & Barn, 6327 Brookside Blvd., State Line Rd. & Tomahawk Rd.)

North Kansas City & the Northland

  • 2 in North Kansas City (Macken Park, Chicken N Pickle)
  • 1 in Briarcliff (Charles A. Garney Park & Trails)
  • 3 in Parkville (Creekside Baseball Complex, Parkville Nature Sanctuary, 7 Main St.)
  • 2 in Riverside (City of Riverside Clock Tower, EH Young Riverfront Park)
  • 2 in the Zona Rosa area (9400 N. Congress Ave., Zona Rosa)
  • 4 in the Northland area (Northland Fountain, Linden Square, 6801 NE Pleasant Valley Rd., Antioch Rd. and NE 53rd St.)
  • 2 in the Liberty area (9717 N. Ash Ave., Downtown Liberty)
  • 1 at Kansas City International Airport
  • 1 in Platte City (City Hall)
  • 1 in Weston (Holladay Visitor Center)
  • 1 in Excelsior Springs (The Elms Hotel)
  • 1 in Smithville (N. Commercial Ave. & Main St.)
  • 1 in Kearney (City Hall Courtyard)

South KCMO

  • 6 in South Kansas City (Veterans Community Project, 81st St. & Troost Ave., The Regnier Family Wonderscope Children’s Museum, 11212 Holmes Rd., 1101 W. 103rd St., 13105 Holmes Rd.)

East KCMO & Raytown

  • 1 at Kauffman Stadium
  • 1 at Harvesters (3801 Topping Ave.)
  • 1 in Raytown (63rd St. & Raytown Rd.)
  • 2 in Swope Park (Kansas City Zoo, Swope Soccer Village)

Independence, Blue Springs & Lee's Summit

  • 4 in Independence (Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum, 10901 E. Winner Rd., Cable Dahmer Arena, 1041 W. Lexington Ave.)
  • 2 in Blue Springs (NW Park Rd., NW 10th St. and W Main St.)
  • 5 in Lee’s Summit (217 SW Main St., 937 NE Woods Chapel Rd., 1712 NW Chipman Rd., SW Longview Blvd. and SW Fascination Dr., Made in KC Marketplace)

Kansas City, KS

  • 4 in Strawberry Hill & Downtown Kansas City, KS (548 Central Ave., 901 N 5th St., 6th St. & Ann Ave., 4th St. & Ann Ave.)
  • 2 along Central Ave. (21 N. 12th St, 12th St. & Central Ave.)
  • 1 in Armourdale (1005 Kansas Ave.)
  • 1 in Rosedale (47th St. & Mission Rd.)
  • 2 at Village West (Children’s Mercy Park, Legends Field)
  • 1 in Bonner Springs (129 Elm St.)

Mission, Prairie Village & Leawood

  • 3 in Mission (2330 Shawnee Mission Pkwy., 2650 Shawnee Mission Pkwy., Reeds Rd. & Johnson Dr.)
  • 1 in Westwood Hills (50th Terr. & State Line Rd.)
  • 5 in Prairie Village (7301 Mission Rd., 7400 State Line Rd., W. 78th St. and State Line Rd., Meadowbrook Park, Corinth Square)
  • 2 in Leawood (3700 W 95th St., Leawood City Hall)

Overland Park

  • 1 in Downtown Overland Park (InterUrban ArtHouse)
  • 4 between I-435 and 135th St. (7100 W. 119th St., 11701 Metcalf Ave., 11901 Quivira Rd., 8302 W. 125th St.)
  • 3 below 135th St. (Deanna Rose Children’s Farmstead, Museum at Prairiefire, 7201 W. 151st St.)

Shawnee, Lenexa & Olathe

  • 5 in Shawnee (7405 Renner Rd., 19900 Johnson Dr., 22435 W. 66th St., Roger Rd. & Nieman Rd., Barton Dr. & Johnson Dr.)
  • 3 in Lenexa (Lenexa City Center, Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park, 9750 Quivira Rd.)
  • 5 in Olathe (1205 E Kansas City Rd., 10401 S Ridgeview Rd., 10710 Nall Ave., 5219 W 117th St., 233 S. Cherry St.)


  • 1 in Lawrence (Allen Fieldhouse on the University of Kansas campus)