As passionate Kansas Citians, we have our list favorite things – some quirkier than others – but none the less, these unique gift ideas can satisfy any sweet tooth or add some extra KC style into your life. Pricing is subject to change. Please check with retailer for final price.

Shuttlecock Coffee Mug

Shuttlecock Coffee Mug

Standing 18 feet tall, the world’s largest shuttlecocks decorate the lawn of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Now you can enjoy a nice hot beverage in your own shuttlecock coffee mug. >> $19.99 4525 Oak St.

KC Monarchs Hat

KC Monarchs Hat

Show your support for Negro Leagues heroes with this replica wool cap from the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. >> $14.99, Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, 1616 E. 18th St.  

Elephant Masterpieces

Elephant Masterpieces

Three elephants at the Kansas City Zoo create these “pachyderm paintings.” You could own an original, trunk-painted piece courtesy of Lady, Lois or Leah. >> Starting at $25, 6800 Zoo Dr.

Charlie Hustle T-Shirt

Charlie Hustle T-Shirts

Show some love for the Heart of America with this fresh vintage T by Charlie Hustle. >> $32 at The Bunker

Royals Take the Pennant Shirt

Royal Style

From Salvador Perez's game winning hit in the Wild Card Game all the way to the final out of Game 7, the Royals captured the hearts and minds of all of Kansas City this October. Celebrate the Royals Blue October run in style with their official post-season gear.

Baldwin Denim KC Hat

Baldwin Denim KC Hat

GQ called Baldwin Denim “the best place to buy jeans, period” (just ask Jay-Z). We’ve taken a liking to this classic wool cap with chambray lining and hand cut felt letters. Ÿ

 

Money Bag

Money Bag

A big hit with kids, every visitor at the Federal Reserve Money Museum walks away with a complimentary bag of shredded currency—$165 worth. Talk about a priceless souvenir. >> Free, 1 Memorial Dr.

The Buck Stops Here!

"The Buck Stops Here" Sign

Decorate your desk just as President Truman did in 1945 with this infamous sign. The inscription serves as a fitting reminder of Truman’s decisiveness and accountability. >>Ÿ $60, Truman Library & Museum, Independence, Mo.

 

Jesse James Pebbles

Pebbles from Jesse James

The most interesting souvenir at the James Farm Museum is also the most affordable. After his death, Jesse’s mother gave tours and sold pebbles from the outlaw’s grave for a quarter each. When she ran out, she’d simply go down to the creek and fetch some more. Ÿ >> Still just 25 cents, Kearney, Mo.

 

Boulevard Smokestack Series

Boulevard Smokestack Series

Produced by KC’s Boulevard Brewing Co., these bold complex ales included traditional styles and daring experiments. Tempt your tastebuds with the aromatic Tank 7 or the robust Double-Wide IPA.

Rieger's Kansas City Whiskey

J. Rieger & Co. Whiskey

Resurrecting a Kansas City whiskey brand from 100 years ago, national bartender of the year Ryan Maybee and the team at Rieger Hotel have put together a bold new whiskey that harkens back to pre-prohibition days in KC.  >> Available at Cellar Rat, 1701 Baltimore Ave., or several other merchants.

Christopher Elbow Chocolates

Christopher Elbow Chocolates

A favorite of Food & Wine, these complex artisanal chocolates by Christopher Elbow range in flavors such as tequila lime and wildflower honey.

Mayor's Christmas Tree Ornament 2014

Mayor's Christmas Tree Ornament

Designed by Hallmark artists and made from the wood of the previous year's Mayor's Christmas Tree, this unique Kansas City tradition dates back to 1981. All proceeds benefit the Mayor's Christmas Tree Fund. >> $13.95 each at Crown Center.

Sunflower Chocolate Box

Sunflower Chocolate Box

Hand painted and molded with luscious milk chocolate, each finished box contains an assortment of four temptations from Andre’s Confiserie Suisse, KC’s Swiss chocolatier. >> $17 at 5108 Main St.

Three Dog Bakery

Three Dog Bakery

It’s a dog's world. Just ask the KC-based bakery, which now has stores all over the globe. Stop by the Country Club Plaza location for all-natural, oven baked treats made just for dogs. >> 602 W. 48th St.

HammerPress

HammerPress Stationary

Celebrate the lost art of the letterpress with these retro-inspired note cards and journals, all made on-site. Also on hand; original concert posts designed for musicians such as Beck, Franz Ferdinand and others. >> 110 Southwest Boulevard

5B & Co. Candles

5B & Co. Candles

Burnt sugar, grandpa’s pipe and I’m the Boss Applesauce. These candles boast names as refreshing as their scents. Or try the “bipolar” candles-layered so that you can enjoy a new scent every three hours. >> 6231 Brookside Plaza

Baby’s First BBQ Bib

Baby’s First BBQ Bib

Locally printed and universally cute, these clever catch-alls by Normal Human recognize one important truth – you’re never too young to start enjoying KC’s signature food. >> Buy Now!

Indigo Wild Zum Bar Soap

3125 Zum by Indigo Wild

Named for its location near downtown Kansas City, 3125 Zum captures all the fabulous Zum Bar Soap scents into one! A perfect gift for your KC friend whose house always smells divine. Only available in-store at the Indigo Wild factory beginning November 25! >> Find the factory!

VisitKC.com Gifts

VisitKC Hat

Visit KC Hat

This one-size-fits-all cap is perfect for the “FanatiKC” in your family, featuring a white KC spark on royal blue. 100% cotton with Velcro adjustable strap. $15 Online Only >> Buy Now!

Visit KC Tie

Visit KC Tie

This 100% silk-woven tie makes a bold statement, featuring a pattern of light blue KC “sparks” over a sea of royal blue. $25 Online Only >> Buy Now!

Visit KC Bow Tie

Visit KC Bow Tie

This 100% silk-woven piece is inspired by Mayor Sly James' affinity for bow ties. You're sure to make a statement, with this tie featuring a pattern of light blue KC “sparks” over a sea of royal blue. $25 Online Only >> Buy Now!

Visit KC Socks

Visit KC Socks

Perfect for any Kansas City lover, these custom Visit KC socks from Kansas City startup Sock 101 bring fun and flare to your business attire. $12.50 Online Only >> Buy Now!

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