The Kansas City metropolitan area is a dynamic Midwestern location with something for everyone. We’ve got major league sports, a NASCAR racetrack, world-class shopping, cultural activities, theatre, ballet, symphony, museums, and riverboat casinos – all within a 20-minute drive of Providence Medical Center.
Here are some of the attractions in Kansas City, Kansas:
Agricultural Hall of Fame, Grinter House, Huron Indian Cemetery, Wyandotte County Museum and the Rosedale Arch represent the historic sites within Kansas City and Wyandotte County.
Cabela’s – the world’s largest outfitter of gear for hunters, fishermen and those who love the outdoors.
CommunityAmerica Ballpark – home to the Kansas City T-Bones.
Great Wolf Lodge and Chateau Avalon – two themed resorts, are part of the 400 hotel rooms in the area.
Kansas Speedway – the home of NASCAR racing
The Legends – an open-air shopping center. This vibrant addition to the Village West retail and entertainment destination development has a variety of popular shops and restaurants.
Nebraska Furniture Mart – a 720,000-square-foot superstore with furniture, electronics, appliances, flooring and home furnishings.
The Renaissance Festival – Kansas City, Kan., is known as the City of Festivals with more than 30 annual festivals. The largest is the Renaissance Festival, which rated as one of the “Top 100 Events in North America.” Held over seven weekends in the fall, it returns to a time of knights and fair maidens, long, long ago with period performances, music, food and fun.
Providence Medical Center Amphitheater – Bonner Springs, KS, for the hottest entertainment in town. This outdoor concert venue entertains more than 400,000 people annually and can accommodate nearly 18,000 guests per show.
Schlitterbahn Waterpark – Kansas City, Kan., one of the world’s largest tubing parks with miles of interconnected rivers and signature attractions such as the Master Blaster uphill water coaster and the Torrent Tidal-Wave River.
To find out more about area attractions, go to Kansas / Wyandotte County Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Another Community Partner is the Kansas City, Kansas Public Library.