About Kansas City
Kansas City, Kansas is located directly in the heart of the Midwest in the United States. It is just across the Kansas border, while Kansas City, Missouri is just on the other side. There are many different names for the various neighborhoods in the area, including downtown, Argentine, Armourdale, Piper, Rosedale, and Turner. In addition to the many neighborhoods to see, there are a lot of things to do in the city.
One of the largest attractions in the area is the Kansas Speedway where they have NASCAR races. Nearby is a shopping area called The Legends, with restaurants such as The Jazz (Louisiana cooking), and Teds Montana Grill. The Jazz has a variety of spicy Cajun cooking, and Teds Montana Grill is well known for the juicy buffalo burgers. The mall has a wide variety of shopping available, including stores like Helzberg Diamonds, Aeropostale, Old Navy, Sunglass Hut, Lane Bryant, and BCBG Max Azria. There is a theater on site, and a Target and JCPenney across the street. Visitors can also pay a visit to the Strawberry Hill Museum in downtown Kansas City, Kansas. The address and phone number can be found in the Kansas City, Kansas yellow pages or the Kansas City, Kansas business directory. The museum offers tours of the facility and education on the history of the site. The hall can be rented for special occasions, and there is a gift shop as well.
Another popular museum attraction is Grinter Place in Kansas City, Kansas. Visiting this museum will provide education on the frontier days and trading post lifestyles. The museum hosts a 1950s diner and a life size train. Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for students, and kids 5 and under are free.Wyandotte County Lake is a very popular place for parties, events, fishing, and boating. There is a large children's playground, geese to watch, shelters to rent, and a horse trail. A visit to this park will keep the whole family entertained for the entire day. There is something for everyone to do and enjoy. The most notable location at the lake is the drop off point where there is a massive drain hole in the lake. It is the point in the park that everyone wants to see.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan