Kauffman Stadium, often called "The K", is a baseball park located in Kansas City, Missouri. It is home to the Kansas City Royals of Major League Baseball. It is part of the Truman Sports Complex together with the adjacent Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League.
Boasting more than one million square feet of retail space and 12 million annual visitors, Independence Center is one of the largest regional shopping centers serving the local community since opening in 1974. Independence Center is anchored by Dillardâ€™s, Macyâ€™s, and Dicks Sporting Goods and includes more than 100 popular retail stores such as H&M, Forever 21, PINK, Pandora, Carhartt, Victoriaâ€™s Secret & Old Navy. Independence Center is also one of the only fully enclosed shopping centers in the Kansas City Metro area.
The Jackson County Courthouse, also known as the Truman Courthouse, in Independence, Missouri is located on Independence Square at Main & Maple Street in Independence. In 1922, Harry S. Truman won election as county judge for eastern Jackson County as a candidate of the Tom Pendergast faction of the Democratic Party.
The National Frontier Trails Museum is a must-see for history enthusiasts! Devoted to the westward migration of the 1800s, this museum features an original covered wagon, trail artifacts, original diaries and letters, interactive exhibits, and an award-winning film on the importance of the three main western trails and how Independence, MO, served as their principal â€œjumping offâ€ point. The museum also functions as the largest research library on the western trails, with more than 3,500 texts dedicated to the subject.
Take a trip back in time and visit the Harry S. Truman National Historic Site! Independence, Missouri, was former President Harry S. Trumanâ€™s home before, during, and after his presidency, and you can take a guided tour of his beautiful white house with the National Park Service. Furnished simply with little decoration, Harry S. Truman and his wife, Bess Truman, lived a quiet life in Independence before and after his 8 years in office.
T-Mobile Center is a multi-purpose arena in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. It is located at the intersection of 14th Street and Grand Boulevard on the east side of the Power & Light District. The arena's naming rights partner is T-Mobile US, which completed a merger with Sprint Corporation in April 2020.
Kansas City Zoo is the perfect family destination! Home to more than 1,700 animals across 200 acres, you can easily spend the entire day meeting and learning about wildlife. Go on an African Golf Cart Safari and see zebras, lions, and giraffes from afar, or get up close and personal with animals at the Zookeeper Chats happening throughout the day. The zoo is open all year round and is a favorite for all ages!
KC Raceway is a 1/5 mile dirt race track. We are located near 291 & 210 Hwy and feature Karts, Micros, ATV's, and Bike races.
Worlds of Fun is a 235-acre amusement park in Kansas City, Missouri, United States. The park opened in 1973 and is owned and operated by Cedar Fair, which purchased the park from Hunt-Midwest in 1995. Admission to Worlds of Fun includes access to Oceans of Fun, a water park adjacent to the amusement park.
Kansas City International Airport is a public airport 15 miles northwest of Downtown Kansas City in Platte County, Missouri. In 2019, 11,795,635 passengers used the airport, the second busiest in its history.