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A new "Adventure of Clutch Powers" movie plays every 30 minutes in the 4-D Cinema. You may be splashed with a bit of water in summer and covered in snow in July, but it's all safe ...
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This is a story of two little boys who grew up on the banks of the Missouri River and eventually found a buried treasure worth millions. In 1988, the Hawley family discovered the ...
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If you're a chocoholic, then this is the place for you. With delicious treats like the Deconstructed Brownie, Chocolate-Covered Marshmallow, the Ultimate Chocolate Pizza and ...
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You don't have to be in college to appreciate and enjoy the College Basketball Experience. It's tempting to call it a museum, but it's not really. Located adjacent to Sprint ...
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Time Magazine calls this family theatre one of the five best in the country. Established in 1979, the theatre provides performances for visiting families, as well as acting ...
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Something is always happening at the world headquarters of Hallmark Cards. This 85-acre complex includes shopping, restaurants, train exhibits, a skating rink, fountains for ...
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If your littlest ones find some of the exhibits too overwhelming, snuggle together for a quiet moment on the soft mats of DUPLO Village with an oversized giraffe and other ...
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This is where they make the Harley Sportster, the Dyna and the VRSC motorcycles, and a tour shows off the detail of care put into each bike. Children under 12 are not allowed on ...
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Plan on spending a day at Kansas City's Zoo, home to Nakita the polar bear and easily the most popular critter at the zoo since he arrived in 2010. The rain forest, the IMAX ...
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Slay invaders of the kingdom and keep score while doing it on a chariot built for four. Laser guns target skeletons, bats and other ugly creatures that threaten the peace of the ...
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Zoom around in tubes and tunnels and slide into a pit of LEGO bricks where your kids can build and destroy and rebuild again as long as they like. The climbing wall, made of LEGO ...
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Only in Kansas City can your kids enjoy this predominantly pink karaoke center that includes a hop-scotch board and special building bricks for your BFFs....
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Future automotive engineers can spend hours designing and racing their own creations on a variety of hills and ramps....
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And at the end of your visit, you may be tempted to protect your wallet by hurrying the kids out of the LEGO Store, but don't be so quick. Here you'll find a number of limited ...
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Each day, one of the Discovery Center's master builders offers techniques to overcome some typical engineering challenges that LEGO fanatics often encounter. Have a design problem ...
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Pedal power takes your kids to the sky in flying buckets made of LEGOs. Sorry, grownups must stay on the ground....
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Unique to Kansas City, this is where you can see the Wizard of Oz's Emerald City and Munchkin-Land, made from lots of green LEGOs. Look up and you'll see the flying monkeys ...
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Take your children to the year 1850 with a visit to this reconstructed farm village of the era. They'll love playing with barnyard animals and helping with their feedings. The ...
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Everyone who visits this museum adjacent to the Federal Reserve Bank is allowed to take home a bag of money. The only problem -- the money is already shredded, chopped, sliced and ...
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For the music lover and sports lover in your family, this facility in the 18th & Vine Historic District covers it all. The American Jazz Museum explores a working recording ...
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War is never an easy topic to discuss with your children, especially young ones, but a visit here will help bring some understanding to this important chapter in U.S. and world ...
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Kids get to make their own puppets and then put on a puppet show in this creative center that also features professional puppet shows and workshops with puppeteers. Marionettes ...
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Treat yourself and your family to a day of fun in the sun at Schlitterbahn Kansas City Waterpark. With so many fun things to choose from, everyone in the family is sure to be ...
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Schlitterbahhn Kansas City Waterpark offers outdoor fun for the whole family, with rides and activities for each age group. Tiny tikes enjoy Boogie Bay, Henry's Hideout, and ...
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Kansas City offers a plethora of family-friendly attractions, and SEA LIFE is one that should not be missed. The aquarium houses more than 5,000 creatures and a spectacular ocean ...
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The world's largest collection of marbles is among the fun things at this museum on the University of Missouri Kansas City campus, just south of the Plaza. Visitors of all ages ...
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When it was built in 1914, Kansas City’s Union Station was the largest in the country. Today, a portion of the gorgeous building is devoted to Science City, a fabulous ...
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This 235-acre theme park, located in Kansas City, is a family vacation unto itself, with more than 50 exciting rides, including SteelHawk, which soars 301 feet in the air, ...
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