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The Edge of Hell

  KCMO has a host of haunted houses in October, but only The Edge of Hell boasts the biggest man-eating python in existence at 25 staggering feet. It’s the oldest, biggest, most terrifying haunted house in KCMO established in 1975. Over the years, it’s turned into the inspiration for horrific entertainment and haunts around the…

Best Ice Cream in KCMO

  Everyone screams for ice cream during the witching season, and KCMO has plenty of creameries to satisfy your sweet tooth. Glace Artisan Ice Cream is small-batch only and offers classic favorite flavors along with unique innovative picks. Caramelized almond, goat cheese and wildflower honey, and lemon curd are just a few. Betty Rae’s Ice…

Christopher Columbus Park

  Nestled in northwest Tucson is a park that’s sheer magic for water lovers. Featuring massive shade trees, a well-maintained dog park and model airplane area, there’s truly something for everyone at this Arizona staple. Group ramadas are available for parties and events, there’s an expansive playground for little ones—but many come here for the…

Lakeside Nature Center

  Just southwest of downtown is a welcoming retreat and conservatory where visitors can get up close and personal with some very intriguing guests. Open Tuesday – Sunday, it’s part animal hospital, part educational center and the perfect destination for your KCMO visit. Special events such as Breakfast with the Beasts, where kids get their…

Korean BBQ for a Twist

  Everybody knows Kansas City is famous for BBQ, but there’s more than one kind of way to ‘que. Korean tabletop BBQ dining with endless sides, like the famous kimchi and addictive bean paste, is a different way to warm up during the cool autumn months while still indulging in one of KCMO’s favorite pastimes….

Arabia Steamboat Museum

  What does Kansas City and Arabian steamboats have in common? Much more than you think! In 1856, the Steamboat Arabia sank close to KCMO, full of 200 tons of “mystery cargo.” The treasures were missing for 132 years, finally found in 1988. For researchers and historians, this was a huge treasure hunt success of…

Leila’s Hair Museum

  Just 12 miles away in Independence, Missouri, is one of those roadside attractions you can’t help but visit. Leila’s Hair Museum is, unsurprisingly, the only hair museum in the world. What is surprising is just how fascinating the visit is and what a blast you’ll have. Here, there are hundreds of jewelry pieces, wreaths…

Arrowhead Stadium

  Home of the Kansas City Chiefs, Arrowhead Stadium is a massive, state of the art facility hosting some of the biggest and best events in the KCMO area. Football season has arrived, and guests lucky enough to take in a game at the stadium do so immersed in history. As the 28th biggest stadium…

Head to Science City

  Science City at Union Station is where play meets science in this hands-on, interactive destination fit for the whole family. There are always exciting new temporary exhibits, but permanent displays like the Arvin Gottlieb Planetarium with daily shows is always guaranteed to get your geek-driven visit started right. With the best views of the…

Best Burgers

  KCMO is famous for BBQ, but why not extend this meat-lover’s paradise to include some of the biggest, juiciest and most innovative burgers around? BRGR Kitchen + Bar is a swank establishment full of trends and flavors. Start with their Chili Fondue before diving into one of their signature burgers like the Fat Dawg,…