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     "Kansas City, MO"
     Kansas City, Missouri
     With more fountains than the city of Rome, Kansas City has fountains everywhere. The town was established in 1838 and is located on the south bank of the Missouri River. Once, stockyards dominated the area but now the various parts of the city are linked by parkways and large parks. Known for the famous Kansas City steak and fine jazz, K.C. visitors and residents alike find plenty of interesting places to visit and things to do. Events include the Reggae Fest, Renaissance Festival, Lyric Opera, International Jazz Festival, and the Spirit Festival.

     American Royal Museum & Visitors Center
     1701 American Royal Ct.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 221-9800
     The museum offers agriculture and livestock industry exhibits and offers a visitors center.

     Arabia Steamboat Museum
     400 Grand Blvd.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 471-1856
     Kansas City's best tourist attraction presenting tons of pre-Civil War artifacts recovered in 1988 under a Kansas corn field from the Steamboat Arabia that sank in the Missouri River in 1856.

     Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
     925 Grand Boulevard
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 881-2000 or (800) 333-1010
     The bank is one of 12 regional banks in the U.S. who compromise the Federal Reserve System and has guided tours of its facility.

     Hallmark Visitors Center
     Crown Center
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 274-3613
     The center shows 12 major exhibits of Hallmark's history and its production.

     John Wornall House
     61st Terr. and Wornall Rd.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 444-1858
     This restored Greek Revival plantation house was built in 1858 and is furnished in its period.

     Kansas City Art Institute
     44th St. and Warwick Blvd.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 561-4852
     Established in 1885, this was Kansas City's first cultural institution.

     Kansas City Museum
     3218 Gladstone Blvd.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 483-8300
     The museum features exhibits relating to life on the plains and Kansas City's role of the westward expansion.

     Kansas City Zoo
     6700 Zoo Drive
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 871-5700
     The zoo has various animal exhibits in similar surroundings.

     Linda Hall Library
     5109 Cherry Street
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 363-4600 or (800) 662-1545
     The library is devoted to technology and science, and also has some material dating back to the 17th century.

     Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
     1616 E. 18th Street
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 221-1920
     A repository of photographs, letters, oral histories, and other materials documenting the history of African Americans in Kansas City, Missouri, and the Midwest United States.

     Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, The
     4525 Oak Street
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 751-1278
     The art museum houses over 20,000 works of art and an Oriental collection.

     Oceans of Fun
     Parvin Rd.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 454-4545 or (800) 877-4386
     Oceans of Fun, Marine Mammal Entertainment featuring Seals, Sea Lions, and interactive learning.

     Penn Valley Park
     31st and Main Sts.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 561-6630
     The park was designed by George E. Kessler and holds an American Indian memorial.

     Sam's Town Casino
     6711 N.E. Birmington Rd.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816)414-7777 or (800)988-0711
     The casino presents, entertainment, dining, and fun.

     Sprint IMAX Theater
     6800 Zoo Dr.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 513-5808
     The IMAX theater offers various programs for visitors to see.

     Station Casino Kansas City
     3200 N. Station Dr.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816)414-7000 or (800)499-4961

     Swope Park
     Mayer Blvd. and Swope Pkwy.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 444-4656
     The park contains activities and a lagoon for fishing, boating, and ice skating.

     Thomas Hart Benton Home & Studio State Historic Site
     3616 Belleview Ave.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 931-5722
     This is the home of the artist Thomas Hart Benton from 1939 to 1975.

     Toy and Miniature Museum of Kansas City
     5235 Oak Street
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 333-2055
     The museum shows a collection of antique toys and dollhouses.

     Worlds of Fun
     Parvin Rd.
     Kansas City, Missouri
     (816) 454-4545 or (800) 877-4386
     This theme park features over 140 rides and has a world showcase theme.

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